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WALTHAM HIGH 



PRESENTS 



Zke Man of the '60 's 




le " '60s" an era of chance and challenge. As Hawaii and Alask.i 
our borders. President John Kennedy's \ a Frontier seeks to clarify our 

national aspirations. I.ct us ill sav a praver that the Hand of God will guide I 
President in leading our nation to true greatness and strength 



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MIRROR 



WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



foreword 





We have lived through three of the most eventful years of this century. Great 

men have arisen, great men have died in this short span of time. Newly inde- 

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pendent states have appeared on the face of dark Africa; supreme power in 

nations has been entrusted to new leaders, some capable, others radical. There has 

been conflict and there has been happiness during these three years, which form 

only an infinitesimal grain in the sands of time. 

We, the Class of 1961, have been witnesses to the making of history. In our 
yearbook we have recorded the men and events that have occupied such a pro: 
nent place in our lives and in the eyes of the world. - A 

As we record these personalities, we wonder whether time will erase many of the 





names of today from the chronicles of the world, or if these names will with- 
stand the test for immortality. How many footprints will remain on the shiftin 
sands of time ? 



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The Editors 



"Lives of great men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime, 
And departing, leave behind us, 
footprints on the sands of time." 



The Psalm of Life 
LONGFELLOW 





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MAN OF THE '60'S 

DEDICATION 

ADMINISTRATION 

FACULTY 

MIRROR STAFFS 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

CLASS OFFICERS 

STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 

CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS 

CLASS POEMS 

VX\^< SEN/OR SECTION 

\ Jte^N^ JUNIOR PROM 

CANDIDS 

R CLASS PLAY 

CANDIDS 

SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 

CLASS HISTORY 

CLASS PROPHECY 

CLASS WILL 

VOCATIONAL SECTION 

JUNIOR HOMEROOMS 

SOP^PMORE HOMEROOMS 

\ CLUBS 

KSP- SPORTS 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

ADVERTISING 

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DR. JOHN W. McDEVIT 




With respect and admiration we, the Class of 1961, dedicate our 
yearbook to Dr. John W. McDevitt. 

In addition to his eighteen years as Superintendent of Schools, civic- 
minded Dr. McDevitt has served as a trustee of the Waltham Public 
Library, a director of the Waltham Boys' Club, a director of the Wal- 
tham Chapter of the American Red Cross, and a director of the Wal- 
tham Chamber of Commerce. 

In 1928 he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College, 
where he later took a Master of Arts degree. In 1956 he received his 
doctorate in philosophy from St. Michael's College in Vermont. 

On November 11, 1959, he was presented with the third annual 
David I. Walsh Award by the David I. Walsh General Assembly. The 
Knights of Columbus unanimously elected Dr. McDevitt Deputy 
Supreme Knight in October, I960. 

We will not forget the leadership and guidance that Dr. McDevitt 
has given us during our years in the Waltham schools. 






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Superintendent 



Our new superintendent, Mr James Fitz- 
Gerald, is a graduate of the College of the 
Holy Cross, where he played varsity football. 
In 1934 he joined the Waltham School De- 
partment as a science teacher at South Junior 
High. Before becoming Assistant Superin- 
tendent of Schools in IS^ - . he was principal 
of the Banks and the Whittcmore schexils. 
On January 1. 1961. he became Superintend- 
ent of the Waltham Public Schools 





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future to each and every one of you. 

Having completed the high school phase 
preparation for the future, you now are ready to 
follow different trails — trails leading to colle 
technical schools, the business world, industry and 
the armed forces. 

Whichever trail you follow please remember 
you have a moral responsibility to yourself and 
society to do the best that you are able to do. 



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>of 1961: 
Winston Churchill once stated 
uation was not the end, not the \ 
g of the end but the end of the h 
ig. May this Mirror reflect happy n 
s of cherished friendships at Wj 
hool and may it be often a pl< 
in your postschool living. 






MR. CHAPMAN 
Department Head 



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MR. LEVEY 



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Phvsical Education 



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Physical Education 



MRS. FLYNN 

Library 



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MR. KLEIN 
Art 



MR. KROL 
Physical Education 



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MR. ^"ORONICZ 

Phvsical Education 



MR. VISCARELLO 
MR. LaFOND 
MR. HOYLE 
MR. LeFLEM 
MR. BACK 



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MR. STANLEY 
MR. HENDRY 
MR. ST. MARTIN 
MR. MANGAN 



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Minor Editors 




CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 

Fred Pazzano 
Marilyn Doria 

LITERARY EDITOR 

Florence Patti 

BUSINESS EDITORS 

Barbara Arsenault 
William Sullivan 

ART EDITOR 

Michele Tumminelli 

SUBSCRIPTION EDITORS 

Pamela Agrillo 
Lawrence Coffin 

SPORTS EDITORS 
Judith Cambal 
Patricia Brueck 

CLERICAL EDITORS 

Nadine Sozanski 
Carol Mosca 

FACULTY ADVISOR 
Mr. Thomas F. Neylon, Jr. 



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LITERARY STAFF 
First Rou: J. Berly. C. Kenney. M. Abbott, 
B. Robertson. J. Cambal, B. Wareing. D 
I -t-r. F. Patti. 

Second Row: P. Agrillo. S Steele. P 
Clancy. S. Rallis. L. Falvey. D. Dickie. R. 
Johnson. J. Hagger. J McDonald. R. Ba- 
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BUSINESS STAFF 
First Row: L. Ectman, P. Brueck. F. Ballas, 
M. Orifice. B. Arsenault, W. Sullivan, L. 
Ouellette, P. Agrillo. R. Restieri. 
Second Row: N. Semenza, A. Doorakian, J. 
Flaherty, S. Soles, E. Caruso, J. Wiker, P. 
Bratenas, R. Westall, R. Bartleman, W. 
OConnell, L. Tremblay, J. Hanagan, D. 
Granchelli, S. Lydon, C Murphy, B. Ristuc- 
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ART STAFF 

ludith Campisi. Judith 
nedy. Michele Tumminelli — Editor. 
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Paul D Shea. William 
Salpictrn. Rob | mathan 

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Patricia Hoffman. Suranne 1 



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SUBSCRIPTION EDITORS 

Lawrence Coffin, Pamela Agrillo. 




CLERICAL STAFF 

Standing: Carol Mosca, Janet Alspach, Sandra Markham. 
Sitting: Nadine Sozanski, Diane Granchelli, Joan Crusco. 



SPORTS STAFF 
Seated: Sandra Sessi, Leslie Ectman. 
Standing: Patricia Brueck, Judith Cambal — Editors. 



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First Row: C. Battaglia. M Aronson. L. Ectman. J. Hanagan, D. Miller. F. Pazzano. E. Garside, P. Clancy. D Foeser 
Second Row: L. Yeamans, C. Curnyn, R. Westall, P. Powers, C. Kenney. P. Agrillo, C. Chaisson 
Third Row: D. Bprnback, M. Doria, S. Rallis, K. Morash, F. Patti, A. Farmworth. P Jaquith. 



National Mo nor Society 




iAmerican Tield Service 





Hi Kids, 

America scored a 
touchdown. A strange 
mixture of yelling 
football fans, rushing 
people, book reports, 
spelling tests, and elec- 
tion debates in the be- 
ginning; very soon the 
atmosphere of your 
school — of my school 
— became very famil- 
iar. 



ROLF STAHLHEBER 

No wonder! I got generous guidance and help from Mr. 
Gallagher, our headmaster, and from my homeroom teacher 
Mrs. Goldings, from Mademoiselle Dubois in French, and Mr. 
Hood in English, and especially from my A.F.S. faculty- 
advisor Miss McCullough. who taught me in U.S. History 
and in Problems of Democracy. You helped me to understand 
your school system, which is so entirely different in its stress 
upon social activities and sports. I enjoyed it, and I will miss 
it when I go back to Germany. 

I want to thank my teachers, the faculty, and above all, 
you for this year of pleasant and rich experiences. I won't 
forget it. 

A cheer for Waltham High, 
Rolf Stahlheber 






Hi Kids, 

It sure was great b 
ing your representati 
abroad last summer, 
was one of more th 
one thousand studer 
from the whole nati< 
who stayed overse 
with foreign famil 
under the auspices 
the American Fie 
Service America 
Abroad Program. 



IRAD HARDY 

I went to Switzerland, where I lived with the Koelz fam 
in the town of Gerlafingen. I participated fully in family 1 
For three weeks I went to high school. The five weeks 
summer vacation were spent with my Swiss family. Often i 
Swiss brother Fredi and I would go by bike to see the beau 
ful Swiss countryside. Bern, Geneva, the Alps, and the J 
Mountains were stops on our itinerary. In the middle 
August I left my Swiss family and journeyed home by ship 






Yours truly, 
Terry Hardy 



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1961 

Class 



President 
Ray Vitale 




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THE CHALLENGE TO iy6l 

We are now embarking on a perilous new decade 
With a brilliant young President to lead us; 
More world problems confront us than ever before, 
And it is for us. the American people, to solve them. 

There are "new frontiers" to create 
And opportunities at every step; 
One of us could be sent to the moon 
Or explore the vast depths of the ocean. 

Plagued by Communism 
That grows more treacherous 
We, belonging to a nation free. 
Striving to maintain its status, 
Will overcome the challenges ahead. 

We are proud Americans 

With great faith in our Creator; 

We are vigorous Americans, 

The architects of the "New Frontiers." 

JUDITH KENNEDY 



Senior 
Class 
Poems 




A QUEST FOR PEACE 

The advent of life's journey is upon us. 

We now must take the helm 

To guide our ship past the perils of temptation, 

Never 1 altering, never failing in our goal. 

Like Argonauts of old. 

We. too, sail forth in quest 

Of a prize lofty and sublime; 

The Golden Fleece of Peace is our pursuit 

To proudly gain for ever)- land. 

The omnipotence or the Creator is our strength. 

With faith in the power oi His blessing 

We set forth unafraid. 

Ahead are many pitfalls — 

A mad Scylla of intolerance. 

A Charvbdis of engulfing storms. 

Clashing rocks that echo strife and war — 

These forewarn us of our potential doom. 

If. however, we steer our ship away from perilous : 

One day we may find our quiet harbor, 

There to have in its glory 

True and lasting peace. 

FLORENCE PATTI 



fall/ 15, J 958 

Marines jCand at Beirut, CebcuwH 




MEREDITH ABBOTT 
427 Main Street 
College 

Meredith's nickname "Crash"' 
was no doubt given to her 
by Micky. Carol, and Pam. 
Meredith thinks that pizza 
and fried onions are "fabu- 
lous," but doesn't think so 
favorably of moody people 
. . . plans to head a home 
economics classroom after 
graduation from college. Good 
luck. Meredith! 

Actuities: Dramatics Club 2; Ski 
Club 2. J. 4; Girls' Sports 2. 3. 
Mudent Council 2; Mhrof 
Staff 4; Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show 



GRANT ADRIAN 
78 Kingston Road 
College 

Dancing is a favorite pastime 
of brown-eyed Grant . . . 
shares turkey and all Ameri- 
can food with Ed, Cal, 
Charlie, and Larry 
chemistry fan . . . college and 
the Navy are in his future 





PAMELA AGRIIK) 
1756 Trapela Road 
Colli 

Sewing and piaoo playing 
are favorites of baael-eyed 
Pain has no grievances 

against the world an 

ardent fan of steak, lobster. 
an<! languages . friends in- 
clude Bunny, Carol. Lvnne. 
and fudy hopes to attend 

college attcr graduation. 

Attmtiti: Latin Club 2. ), 4; 
Executive Committee 4, Girls' 
J, 4; Maroon Squad 
4. ,M/rr,,r Staff 4; Mr. Hi;- 
St.lt I; Main Office Staff 4; 
Library Council >, 4: Clas< Day 

National Honor 
ciety >, 4. 



[OHN AH1 MAM 

"Little John' spends his spare 
time eating piz/a and steak 
with Pete. Roy. Jackie, and 
Bobbie and working on cars 

future plans include the 
Army and an accounting 
school Best of luck in the 
future. I ittle John ' " 

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MARILYN' ARONSOX 
44 Turner Road 
College 

Hazel-eyed "Mai" is happy as 
a lark when eating French 
fries and fried chicken. 
Cathy, Sue, and Judy usually 
accompany her to classes of 
which Algebra II is her favor- 
ite. "Mai's" future plans in- 
clude studying at the New 
England Baptist Hospital 
School of Nursing. Good luck, 
"Mai." 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 2; Main Office Staff 
4; Class Day Usher 3; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 



BARBARA ARSENAULT 
29 Hiawatha Avenue 

Col: , 

Gathering ads for the Mirror, 

Barb is often called Sam'' 
by her staff. This recruit from 
North Junior can be found 
eating clams or lobster with 
Diane, Jan. Ann. and Sue. Al- 
gebra II with Mr. O'Brien 
rates tops with Barb. Her goal 
after graduation is Boston Col- 
lege. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating 
Club 3, 4, Corresponding Secre- 
tary 4; Dramatics Club 2. 4; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3. 4; Mirror Busi- 
ness Editor 4; Library Council 4; 
Pep Squad 2; Greek Club 4. 




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ANN BABSTO< K 
irlott) Road 

Brown-eyed Ann is known to 
dislike people who talk too' 
much Betsy, Kathy, Joanne, 
and Pat aft among lur close 
friends Ann loves science al- 
most as much as she enjoys 
eating pizzas and steak and 
riding horseback After 
graduation she plans to enter 
the Suburban School for s 
retai 
A. limits: Talent Show 4. 



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Popular "Beetle" comments. 
"Why not?" to everything but 
getting up earl] bool 

enjoys playing sports with 
"Chid Dave, Ken. and 

Robert favors advanced 

math and algebra with 
Lynch hopes to attend 

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Tirst "Pep Squad" Js formed at Waltkam High 




RICHARD BARTLEMAN 
31 Beech Street 
College 

A staunch champion of both 
steak and biology, brown-eyed 
Dick may be found "waiting 
in the cafeteria" with pals, 
John, Bill, and Paul. Upon 
graduation he expects to pur- 
sue further studies at the Mas- 
sachusetts Electrical School of 
Boston . 

Activities: Rifle Club 2; Mirror 
Staff 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2. 



JOHN BASILE 

138 Clark Street 
College 

Eating pizza and ravioli and 
playing the accordion take up 
most of Chick's time ... can 
be seen roaming the corridors 
with Jim, Moose, Beetle, and 
Bob . . . dislikes unannounced 
tests . . . plans to attend 
Northeastern University and 
go into civil engineering. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Basket- 
ball Team 4. 



HENRY BASSING 
41 Bowker Road 
Vocational 

If you hear the twanging of a 
guitar from the drafting room, 
you'll know that it's "Buddy." 
This blue-eyed North Junior 
graduate enjoys eating pizza 
and French fries. Like ail of 
us he dislikes homework. 
Activities: Open House Usher 3, 
4; Bus Boy 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 
4. 




CATHERINE BATTAGLIA 

21 Waverly Street 
College 

This active member of the 
National Honor Society en- 
joys fried clams, Italian foods, 
and French classes at W.H.S. 
Cathy is often heard exclaim- 
ing, "Really?" to her friends, 
Carol, Susan, Mai, and Joanne. 
She plans to become an ele- 
mentary school teacher after 
attending Boston State Col- 
lege. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 3; Math Club 3; 
Main Office Staff 4; Class Day 
Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 





RICHARD BAZILLION 
30 Ash Street 
College 

Studious Dick enjoys history 
best at W.H.S. "That's the 
way the cookie crumbles," he 
tells Helen, Elliott, Fred, Flo, 
and Bob when deprived of 
steak and fried clams. Dick 
hopes to attend the University 
of Connecticut and become a 
journalist or a teacher. 
Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; Student Council 3; 
Newspaper Editor 4; Mirror Rep- 
resentative 3; Mirror Literary Staff 
4; Language Lab Staff 3, 4; Red 
Cross Representative 3; Kingsbury 
Temperance Essay 3; Debating 
Club 3, -a; A.F.S. Club 3; Stu- 
dent Exchange Committee 3. 




CLINT BEAUDETTE 
186 Warren Street 
Business 
Gazing through the windov 
of the nearest coffee shop yoi 
will probably find "Buddy' 
with Bill, Dick, Ken, and Doi 
munching on donuts an< 
drinking coffee. Another firs 
on "Buddy's" list is steak . 
business is his favorite sub 
ject. Entering the field o 
business administration afte 
Boston University is his chie 
plan . 
Activities: Maroon Squad 4. 



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October 6, 1958 

"Seawolf" Makes 60-Day Underwater Voyage 




DIANK BEDFORD 

5 Fairfield Terrace 
Saxonville 
Bush 

Blue-eyed Diane enjoys shar- 
ing steak with Pat, Jean, and 
Judy . . . studies rate high 
. . . homework is distasteful 
. . . expert bowler. Diane 
looks forward to a bright fu- 
ture in the business world. 



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l Norumbega Terrace 
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"That's great!" cries Betty to 
Eileen, Elaine, Kay, Jackie, 
Pat, and Cinny when talking 
about bowling and cheese- 
burgers. This brown-eyed 
senior likes law best at WHS. 
Though the future is inde- 
finite, it is bound to be rosey! 





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1 1 Hammond St: 

Collegt 

Brown-eyed Bill dislike doing 

homework and getting up in 
the morning Steak, pizza, and 
algebra with Mr Lynch are 
his favorites I R»y, 

Johnny, and M arc his 

p.ittni rs in cm- i al\v.i\s 

willing to sleep, eat, 01 play 
hockey hopes to enter 

Mowing graduation 
Actiutics: Hockey Team 2. 



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flips at the sight of steak and 
chicken Unlike manv of his 
classman s, B ib has no pet 
peeve Dick. Bob. Ronnie. 
Butch, .ind Fred realise his 
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CHARLES BOTTOMS 
20 Muldoon's Court 
Vocational 

If you say that rock 'n roll is 
the "swingingest',' Chuckie al- 
so agrees. Chuckie also dreams 
of pork chops, ravioli, spa- 
ghetti, and pizza served up on 
a drum in the machine shop. 
Much luck. Chuck! 
Activities: Safety Council }; Mon- 
itor 4. 



THOMAS BOUCHER 
68 Willow Street 
Vocatinti.il 

"Stand by" for the facts on 
"Bushee." Science and chicken 
are tops, but school is not too 
enticing. "Bushee" himself 
is standing by the recruiting 
office. Bonne chance. Tom! 






PAULINE KRAI I NAS 

laldwin Road 
Colli 

Bi on the lookout for ' T 
. . . dangerous when --Ik 
meatball, subs, or spaghetti 
. . . usually found .it s s 
meetings or in demoi 
class buddies include 

a, Sue, Margie, and 
Ann may someday turn 

up .it I .ist 1 1 lr ( 

who don't like school 
annoy lu r, so beware. 

Aclintiti Latin Club 2; Ski Club 
rcrlc.iilcr J, 4. Girls' SpOltS 
2; Student Council >; M 
Squad i, Mimr Ru^nc" 
4. I ibl i ( . 'iincil 5, l; Pep 
Squ.id; Talent Show 3; Class Dm 
Usher V 



JOS1 PH BR1 N1N 
1669 Trapeli K 

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and Charlie all piled in 
of .inv r/pe After attending 
Venworth. )^ hopes to park 
his car in his own 



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World's fair Closes in Brussels 




ALLAN BROWN 

37 Upland Road 

College 

"What am I doing here?" 

says "Brownie" to Tom, Pete, 

Maynard, and Bob. Weekend 

homework rates low on his list 

while pizza and apple pie 

spell "tops" . . . future plans 

include college and a Navy 

career. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Rifle 
Club 3, 4; Civil Air Patrol: 2. 
3, 4. 



CAROLE BROWN 
28 Hiawatha Avenue 
Business 

Green-eyed "Swifty" loves of- 
fice procedure classes but 
frowns upon an overloaded 
car. Pizza and Chinese chop 
suey are her heart's delights. 
Her friends, Carol, Jan, 
Elaine, and Barbara, often 
hear her say, "Watch it!" 
Continuing to work full time 
is on Carol's agenda. 



PATRICIA BRUECK 

51-10 Garden Circle 
College 

Conceited people bother Patty 
considerably, but lobster and 
spaghetti bring sighs of plea- 
sure . . . can usually be found 
at S.S. meetings with Sandy, 
Dot, Shirl, and Judy . . .en- 
joys Johnny Mathis and his- 
tory . . . plans to attend Les- 
ley College. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 
4; Ski Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; 
Track Team Manager 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Main Office Staff 4; 
Library Council 4; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 2; Pep Squad 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Mirror Staff 
3, 4, Sports Editor 4. 



NANCY BURKE 

150 School Street 

Business 

"Uh huh" agrees "Bubbles 

while deep in the task of cool 

ing fried chicken. Blue-eye 

Nancy can be seen frequentl 

with Penny, Rosie, Pugy an 

Terry talking about her se< 

retarial career and unsociabl 

people. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 3; Pc 

Squad 4; Open House Usher I 





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SHERRY BUTLER 
137 Robbins Street 
Business 

This green-eyed business ma- 
jor enjoys typing and hopes 
to become a secretary. She re- 
fuses to eat spare ribs and 
steaks with a Johnny-come- 
lately. Sherry loves to socialize 
with Janice, Barbara, Pat, and 
Hejen. Lots of luck to this at- 
tractive miss. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Sophomore 
Dance Committee 2; Talent Show 
3; Open House Usher 2. 



DAVID CAIL 

11 Manor Road 

Technical 

Tall, blue-eyed "Dave," he; 

ing for college, has preferei 

for steak and clams . 

likes women drivers . 

be seen "taking a rest" fr 

math with pals, Ken, Ht 

Neal, and Jack. 

Activities: Basketball Team 

Student Council Representative 

Junior Prom Committee 3 



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November 10, 1958 

Khruschev demands End of Kig-?our Occupation of Merlin 




JUDITH CAMBAL 
529 Lexington Street 
College 

People who talk much but say 
little bother brown-eyed Judy, 
who enjoys history, clams, 
pizza, and piano-playing . . . 
cohorts are Ginny, Carol. 
Janice, and Lynne . . . always 
heard saying. "Let's do some- 
thing." Judy plans to become 
either a gym teacher or a 
pharmacist. Bridge-water State 
or Massachusetts College of 
Pharmacy will be her future 
alma mater 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Committee 4; Dramatics 
Club 2, 3. 4; Girls' Sports 2. 3, 
4; Student Exchange Committee 
3, Chairman 3; Mirror Staff 4; 
Girls' Sports Editor 4; 210 Staff 
4; Library Council 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3. 4. 



JUDITH CAMPISI 

79 Barbara Street 
Collegt 

Accompanied by Shirley, Janet, 
Dotty. Patty. Sue. and Chris. 
"Judal" attends Senior Sorori- 
tv .ind Art meetings faithfully. 
She avoids people who do not 
like lobster and pizza and who 
mumble. Judy hopes to be- 
come an elementary school 
teacher. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3; Girls' Sports 2; Maroon 
Squad 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Hockey Cheerleader 4. 





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I ! Oilman Road 
Bus in 

"Oh ft !" is the battle crv of 
this blue-eyed senior whose 

friends. Terry, Nancy, Sheila, 

Jan. and Gloria, assist Ik r in 
devouring pizzas and cheese- 
burgers This future airline 
hostess is in cloud nine over 

typing but cdmes down to 

earth quickly when toned to 

answer questions I luck. 

"Pugg) ' 

Activities: Girls' Sports 3. 4, Pep 
Squad 4. 



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Brov Margie (nt.ns eat- 

ing steak and pizza whether 
in California or Massachusetts 
She is often heard discussing 
English over the telephone 
with friends F g Dian. 
and Roberta M plans to 

atten - le Junior College 

after graduation 
Aitmtiei Cheerleader 4, Red 
Representative J; Home- 
Representative ». Talent 
Show 3. 4, Class Day Usher V 



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EILEEN CHISHOLM 
5") Derky Street 
Business 

Hazel-eyed Eileen can be seen 
swimming with friends, Jackie, 
Betty. Kay, and Pat . . . favor- 
ite foods include pizza and 
turkey . . . dislikes week-end 
homework . . . plans to become 
a secretary in the future. Lots 
of luck, Eileen' 
Activities: Ski Club 3; Mr. Hus- 
son's Staff 3; Pep Squad 3, 4. 



February 16, 1959 
Tidel Castro becomes Premier of Cuba 




l DWARD CHJAW)\ 
212 Newton Stfl 
Coli. 

When swimming or playing 
basketball for WHS., hazel- 
eyed "Ed" always does his 
best. Mucka. Danny, and Jim- 
my can verify that When not 
participating in sports, he may 
be seen eating roast beef or 
fried clams. His future is un- 
decided at the present, but we 
know he'll be successful in 
whatever he undertakes. 
Activities: Football Team 2, 3; 
Swimming Team 4. 




RK HARD < HIASSON 
red 

Coli, 

Green :id dynamic Dick 

. . . usually seen ratine fried 
chicken or steak with Billy, 
Eddy, and Woody loves 

to fool tround with >.us 
h\<^ through school da] tor 
the 2:30 bell Good luck, Dick! 

Activities: Basketball Team 4; 
Talent Show 4. 



ROM MARII < HI VSSON 

Y exclaims "R 

as she greets her compar. 
' 

Pugv. Her hr.'\sn eyej shine 
when thinking of her favorite 
subiect shorthand and her 
orite dishes, fried clams and 
1 ne »i 

that her pet peeve 
oiments Vie all wish this 
senior luck as a 
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ter Avenue 

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and Joanne i 
steak and Fr- 
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PATRICK CIPRIAXO 
600 Lincoln Street 

:al 
"Cippy" is a brown-eyed piz- 
za fan who looks forward to 
a career in the Marines. "Cap- 
"Buddy," Norm, and 
Char he all agree with "Cippy" 
that girls are America's num- 
ber one pastime. 

Newspaper Staff 4; 



PATRICIA CLANCY 
11 Bacon r 

-.ge 
can be heard "parlant le 
franca is with Sue. Sandra, 
Judy, and Roberta . . . dis- 
likes complaining people. Piz- 
za and chicken rate high with 
Pat, whose spare time is spent 
attending sorority and "gab- 
bing" on the phone . . . future 
plans include college. Bonne 
chance, r 



PETER CLARK 
23 Galen Street 

..._■. 

Coming to us from Watertown 
High School, Pete has retain- 
ed his dislike for teachers 
who give homework. History, 
fried chicken, and submarine 
sandwiches please him. Along 
with Tom. Bob. Al. and Ed, 
Pete is heading for college. 

:ies: Debating Club 3; Ski 
Club 3; Rifle Club 3; Football 
Team 3; Rifle Team 3; Swim- 
ming Team 3; Maroon Squad 4; 



DIANNE CLARE 

18 Broc C urt 

Business 

This hazel-eyed miss will te 

you anything about apple pi< 

fried clams, or bowling if yo 

speak French. Dislikes bein 

called "Di." Dianne has an 

bitions to be either a nurse c 

a secretary. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 3; M 

Husson's Staff 3; Open Hou 

Usher 4. 




LAWRENCE COFFIN 
1125 Trapelo Read 
Business 

"See ya' round," says Larry 
•to his friends. Dave. Bob, Jim, 
and Mike. This blue-eyed form- 
er North Junior student dis- 
likes girls who are always late 
. . . constantly craves steak 
and pizzas . . . enjoys law and 
democracy classes. Larr 
looking forward to a career 
in the Army. 

Activities: Rifle Club 3, 4; Crim- 
son Key 3, 4; Mirror Staff 3; 
Mirror Representative 2, 3, 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Representative 3; Talent 
Show 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Mirror 
Subscriptions Editor 4; Open 
House Usher 4. 



THOMAS COLLETTE 
161 School Street 

■:al 
"That's a burner," says "Dre, 
and Eddie, Roger, Howie. Ar 
Beth, Dave, Angie, Timmi 
and Ginnie all agree. Tom 
known as a lobster and han 
burger fan . . . cars and gir 
are his favorite pastimes. Toi 
plans to work in a machir 
shop after graduation. 



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April 25 1959 

St Cawrence Seaway Opened to Zraffie 




BARBARA COLVIN 
33 Tavern Road 
College 

This green-eyed former North 
Junior student dotes on water- 
melons and roast beef . . . 
enjoys horseback riding with 
"Cookie. Barb. Slurry, and 
Marcia . . . wishes people 
would not complain. B ' 
sighted in the near future. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 3. 4; 
Ski Club 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; Mirror Staff 
4; Main Office Staff 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Football Usher 2. 



JAMES COMEAU 

l l l Robins Street 

Smiling Jim. who is alv- a\ ■> 
trying to keep peace among his 
classmates, can be found shc- 
roast beef or steak tor 
himself and friends. Fred. 
Dick. Elliott. Larry and Paul 
Tall J. C. enjoys law and 
plans to fly high with the 
Air Foil 

Aclitiiies: Rifle Club 4; Swim- 
ming Team 4. 



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RONAl H ( <>M<> 
iO Colli ge Farm 

l <i.il 

Ronnie may not be related to 
Pcrrv CofSO, but Roger. Jim. 
and John all think hi 
great kid anyway. Drawing 
and designing .ire tops with 
this brown ( ■- N th Junior 
graduate Good luck, Ronnie 
Aclititits Safety Committee J. 
4; Monitor t 



NOR1 I \ ( <><>KI 
Avenue 

N'orecn is often seen eating 

i with Sue. Janet. Dunne, 

and I.vndalle This hazel eved 

m.ss hkes languages at W H S 

and she is usually found read- 

«xJ book during her 

studv periods Noreen plans 

ome an elementary s ( h<«>l 

teacher after attending Fram- 

ingham State Gollr. 

Latin Club 2. V 4. 

Executive Council 4. MJrrtt Rep- 

I ihrarj Council 4; 

v. 4. Guidance 



JOHN ((Kill Y 

hn. who 
iture 
carpenters Blue eyed John is 
a SH ( ' arles alumnus, and all 
his friends agree that he has 
ifered thumb (that 
means he s a c^od larpenter). 



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January 3, 1959 
Alaska becomes 49th State of the Union 




PETER CORXWELL 
>0 Clement R 

- 
7 :.. _-nted Pete 

;; as Easily through 
advanced math, solid, and trig 
is be does playing I 
in the W.H.S. Banc. Fried 
clams and tnrfce] rare equally- 
high with him. An emphatic 
"This could be!" is interpreted 
as ■ s.g- :: approval by Joe. 
Free, and Lenny. He antici- 

i career in architecture. 
German Club 3; Band 
; : 4 Mbesta : J. 4; Talent 
5 ~ - i 



BRUCE COURTNEY 
. dlawn Avenue 

Find the football field and 
there you will find Bruce. This 
happy-go-lucky senior not only 
enjoys sports, but pizza, steak, 
and math also rate high on his 
list as do his friends. Rich, 
Charlie. Doug, and Gerry. It's 
. :: :: Northeastern next fall to 
study electronic engineering. 
Good luck. Bruce. 

fcball 4: Iiadc - i 
Class President 2; Student Coun- 
cil 2. 



WALTER CURRIER 

~- ". V ..- r: r: 

Green-eyed Walter enjoys 
study periods at WHS. . . . 
beats Johnny. Joe, Sonny, and 

E : at chess . . . Northeast- 
ern is his future alma mater 
. . . sees a career in electronics. 



TIMOTHY COUSENS 
2-!0 Linden Street 

Find the hockey rink, and 
there you'll find "Tim" with 
his pals, Frank and Larry. 
I a ting to the very end for 
the good old WJLS. team. 
Blue-eyed "Tim" enjoys his- 
tory classes the most and plans 
to attend college after gradu- 
ation. Best of luck. Tim. 

Hockey Team 2, 3, 4, 
C.TTiin 4; Maroon Squad 4. 




JOHN COXALL 
218A C. Street 

"Jackie." who came to WJELS. 
via South Junior High, hopes 
to join tiie Nawy arte: gradu- 
ation. His crew will include 
Franny. Paul. Ronnie. Ray. 
Peter, and Billy . . . plays the 
guitar and sings when not do- 
ing democracy and bookkeep- 

Activities: Ski Club 4. 



JAMES COYE 

33 Prosper-. - 
I 

"I'd love to" tell you about 
Tex (alias Kid). Jimmy likes 
welding, steak and pizza. 
Homework, on the other hand, 
is not Tex's favorite pastime. 
Lots of luck. Jim! 

r.ies: Class Reporter 3; Stu- 
dent Government Exchange 3; 
Student Guide 3; Monitor 3. 



38 



August 20, 1959 
Hawaiian Islands Admitted to Union as 50th State 




JOAN CRUS( 
18 Kingston Road 

Bumu 1 1 

Pretty and petite 
annie, who can 
joying Chinese 
food with Diane, 
na, and Sandy . 
people who are 



describes Jo- 
be seen en- 
and Italian 
Sandy. Don- 
. . dislikes 
late . . . 



spare time is filled with swim- 
ming and attending sorority 
. . . hopes to attend a business 
school in the future. Lots of 
luck. (oannie! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3; 
Cheerleader 4; Girls' Sports 2; 
Student Council 2, 3; Newspaper 
Staff 3. 4; Mr. Husson's Staff 
3, 4; Talent Show 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 



( ONSTANC E CURNYN 
I Street 

With her blue eyes cast toward 
the University ol Maine and 

a career in physics Connie 
presently "majors" in chicken 
and pizza . . . camplains of 
boys who dislike girls in their 
classes to Bonnie, Sue, Helen, 
and Carole. 

Activities: German Club 2. 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3; Debating Club 2, 3; 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Guidance Of- 
fice Staff 3; Attendance Collector 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Language Lab Staff 3, 4. 





JOHN ( ' RRY 
2(5 I eonard Street 
Colli 

North Junior and the \ 
tional High form John's past 
Schooling as Ins pals. Hill. 
Dick. Hob. and Steve, know. 
Veal cutlets, steak, and geome- 
try are all to his liking While 
whizzing bv in his car. he 
ma\ lx- heard uttering his fav- 
orite saving. I care " John, 
an avid car enthusiast, plans 
to enter the S lice after 

a hitch in the N*VJ 
Atthilhti Football Team 2, 3. 4. 



PAl'LA ( I RRY 
l(y Leonard Si 

"I kid you not. say] PJ" 

to her friends. Pat. Elizabeth, 
and Linda A night on the 
town with the girls and eating 
onion rings and pizza are her 
favorite pastimes just as his- 
torv is her favorite subject. 
Paula s plans for the future 
include secretarial work. Lots 

of luck. Paula 
Actiritifi Student Council 3; 

Mr- ' Rcprc«ent»t •• c '• . Mr. Hu$- 
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' s> ent Mreet 

Brown eved Al I itmg 

anything his mother cooks but 
frowns on conceited people. 
His friends. Rcx:kie and !• 
share Ai s preference for . 

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most cii his spare time A ca- 

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explains T 
who likes poM or submarine 
sandwiches with Brian. Buddy, 
Bill, and Frank College is 
nc\; on his agenda Best of 



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April 22 1 959 
.Herter Appointed Secretary of State JeUowing Dulles' Resignation 





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May 24, J 959 

former Secretary of State fJokH Joster Dulles Dies 




GARY DELANEY 
3 Alder Terrace 
Vocational 

Now we'll make a "nice try'' 
Vo tell you about "Gugga." 
Blue-eyed Gary enjoys fried 
clams and plans to go into 
newspaper work after gradua- 
tion. Football and basketball 
are in his top ten, but loud 
people are in the bottom five. 
Lots of luck, Gary! 



JACK DELANEY 
2?2 Calvary Street 
Vocational 

Jack can usually be found 
poring over a book and a 
dish of scallops and lobster if 
he is not wielding a welding 
torch. Lots of luck in the fu- 
ture. Jack! 

Activities: Safety Council 3, 4; 
Monitor 4. 





BERNARD DE MI F.I I 
19 i College Farm Road 
ColU gt 

"Chips," as he is known 
around WHS., first attended 
Waltham Junior High. Eng- 
lish rates high as docs the 
thought of chicken or steak. 
Bob. John, Chucky, and Bob 
know Chips Spends most of 
his free time participating in 
sports. 



BRIAN DEMI 
' ishing Street 
ColL 

Brian came to us from South 
Junior Steak and turkey are 
great favorites with him . . . 

English is considered tops 
Jimmy, Eddie, Billy, and Dak 
are his constant companions. 



FREDERICK DEMEO 

95 Columbus Avenue 
Technical 

This math minded future mil- 
lionaire would rather fulfill 
his desire for entering con- 
tests than do his homework 
The "Key" can be seen with 
Pete. Lenny, and Elliott ex- 
claiming, Vcni. Vidi. Vici." 
A.tmtu Latin Club 2, 3; Ger- 
man Club 3; Debiting Club 2. 3; 
Rifle Civ: n.c< Club 

3, 4; Track 3. 4; Audio-Vnual 
Staff 4. 



CAROI HI SAl LNIERS 

J3 Walnut St 

Blue-cved Carol came to us 
from South Junior Fried clams 
and pizza rate high with her, 
as do her friends. I.vnn. Pat, 
Diane, and Donna Her fu- 
ture plans include secretarial 
work. 



41 



May 28, 1959 

U.S. Shoots Zwo Monkeys Jnto Space 

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. Recovers Zhem Safely 




JUDITH DESMOND 
21 Banbury Street 
eg< 

Athletic Judy may be seen in 
her favorite class, history, when 
not participating in sports. Her 
classmates. Carla. Ruthie. Nan- 
cv. and Cherie. love to \ 
Judy's hazel eyes dance at the 
sight of Chinese or Italian 
food. Homework is her only 
.^eeve. for it tends to in- 
terfere with swimming and 
skiing. "Anchors Aweigh." for 
Judy plans to enter the Navy 
e -.duation. 

Girls' Sports 2, 3. 4; 
Pep Squad 3, 4; Talent Show 2. 
4. 



CAMILLE DEPRES 
i Ni um iega Terrace 

"Terry'' enjoys skating, but 
conceited people are her pet 
peeve. A menu of fried chick- 
en and pizza would suit this 
brown-eyed miss perfectly. Her 
future plan is to be a clerk 
typist . . . seldom seen with- 
out Pat. Vivian. Tanet. and 
Judy. 




DOROTHY DEVINCEXT 
172 Lyman Street 
Colh et 

People who aren't on time 
just don't rate with blue-eyed 
"Dottie," who can be found 
at sorority meetings with San- 
dy, Patty. Judy, and Shirley 
. . . hopes to teach elementary 
school after graduation. Best 
of luck Dot ! 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4, Cap- 
tain 4; Art Club 3, 4; Maioon 
Sauad 4; Mm Art Staff 4; 
Mirror Representative 2; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America Club 4. 



DONNA DICKIE 
33 Gilman Road 

CoL i . . 

Cute Donna, who is looking 
forward to a career in retail- 
ing, can always be seen with 
Judy. Pam. and Carla. High 
on her list of favorites axe 

list rv. reading, and knitting. 
This witty lassie wishes peo- 
ple would be punctual. We 
wish you a "mountain" of 

succ rss as a boj e t 

Dramatics Club 2 ; 
Bowling 2; Badminton 2; News- 
paper Staff 4: Sruccr.: C:_-C-l 
isentative t 




ELAINE DEVINCENT 
171 Trapelo Road 
Col. 

While clothes, steak, and spa- 
ghetti rate high as favorites, 
conceited people at at the top 
of her list of dislikes. Brown- 
eyed Elaine thoroughly enjoys 
discussing interior decorating 
with Judy, Maureen, Lois, and 
Gige. We wish you success in 
the future. Elaine ! 
Activities: Main Office Staff 2; 
Red Cross Representative 3. 





THERESA DIGREGORIO 
168 Lexington Street 

Brown-eyed "Terry" enjoys 
bowling with Carol, Nancy, 
Sheila, and Gloria . . . would 
rather eat fried clams and 
French fries than do home- 
work. A career as a secretary 
is seen typed in the stars for 
this young stenographer. 

rties: Girls' Sports 3; Pep 
Squad 4; Talent Show 4. 



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$llly 15, 1959 

Nationwide Steel Strike begins . . . Casts 1 16 Days 




SUSAN DISTEFANO 

}<S Newton Street 

College 

Blue-eyed "Susie" 

Billerica Memorial 

can be seen eating 

Lynne, Ann, Jean, 

. . . enjoys English and sewing 

Activities: Girls' Sports 3, 4. 



hails from 
High . . 
pizza with 
and Linda 



CLEMENT DOLAX 
7 Pine Hill Circle 
Business 

"I doubt it." exclaims "Skip" 
to Ron and Nick. This blue- 
eyed senior does not like long 
class periods but is "crazy" 
about typing, dating, and eat- 
ing fried clams with French 
fries. His future plans in- 
clude business school. 
Activities: Talent Show 3. 





ANN DOORAKIAN 
J2 Di\ Strut 
Colli 

"Shorty" can usually be found 
walking the corridors with Lin- 
da, Barbara. N.idme. Sue. and 
Diane Eating clams and piz- 
za, attending democracy class- 
es, going to the be.uh. and 
reading all rate high on this 
little lady's list of favorites. 
Petite Ann dislikes people who 
Call her "Little One." so be- 
ware She plans to attend 
Chamrx Ham 



MARH V\ DORIA 

2 I Warren Street 
Coll 

The day never seems long 
enough for active Marilyn who 
rates lobster and Chinese food 
ill any language After 
graduation from Brandeis or 
Barnard, a career in the dip- 
lomatic service beckons, she 
tells Joanne. Susan. Doris. 
Florence, Elliott, and Phil. 
Luck always, Marilyn 

Acthititl ( •erman Club 
Treasurer 4; Debating Club 
4, Secretin- \, President 4: Dra- 
matic Club I, V 4. Girls' Sports 
Newspaper Co-Editor -in Chief 
>r -in-Chief 4; 
• Representative Jj Mr. Hus- 
I-anpuacr 

lent Show Publicity Manager 
' .rad- 
uation L'shcr 

Club Secretary J K 

Contr 

Prophecy VE'nf 



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HI W'eatlurbet R 
I <:.il 

"Admiral' likes repairing ra- 

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drums This brown eyed 
and roast beef fan p' Jr 

into the N md then 

into a i oh in electron 



•NNA DRAKI 
n Road 

Blue-eyed "Drakie" will 

up a glorious future as a secre- 

^an be t 

the i it \\ H S with 

Sheila. Ann. B«W»v. and Nan- 

I ried clams. and 

secretarial duties are at the 

n Squad 4. Pep S-q-. = 

! Sh-w 4. 



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gune, 1959 

Jraneis Skeeky, Mead master of Waltkam Migk Sekool, Retires 





KATHLEEN DRISCOLL 

31 Central Street 

Coh t E . 

Petite Kathy came from St. 
Charles . . . enjoys Chinese 
food with Pauline, Carol, 
Elaine, and Cathy . . . Pep 
Club rates high . . . hopes 
to attend a beautician school. 
Act'nities: Pep Club 4. 



SHEILA DL'BIE 

1 5 Bellevue Street 

Business 

Brown-eyed "Peanuts," usu- 
ally seen with Terry, Pat, Jo- 
anne, Carol, and Nancy, simply 
dotes on Chinese food and 
business law . . . attended 
both North and South Junior. 
Horseback riding rates high 
with her . . . frequently heard 
saying, "swinging" . . . plans 
to work in an office as a secre- 
tary after high school. 
Activities: Main Office Staff 3; 
Pep Squad 4; Football Usher 3. 



MILDRED DUDDY 

229 River Street 

Business 

This peppy senior, called "Mil- 
ly" by Donna, Carol, Carmela, 
and Diane, enjoys eating sub- 
marine sandwiches and pizza. 

Shorthand classes are among 
this blue-eyed miss's favorites 
. . . plans to be a secretary 
after graduation. Good luck to 
vou in the future. Mildred! 
'Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Girls' 
Sports 2; Mr. Husson's Staff 3, 
4; Main Office Staff 4; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Home Room 
Representative 2. 



BRAIN DUFFY 
83 Colonial Avenue 
College 

Find the sports ring and you'll 
find "Duff" exclaiming, 
"Zounds." Peanut butter and 
jelly sandwiches and beef stew 
rate high on his list of favor- 
ites . . . can be seen with 
friends. Dick. Jerry. Ray. and 
Ricky . • • hopes to attend 
Brandeis or Bowdoin. Lots of 

luck. "Duff." 

Activities: Basketball Team 

4, Captain 4; Track Team 

Cafeteria Squad 4 

3. 



2, 3, 

3, 4; 
Talent Show 





LEON DL'PREZ 
66-B Hansen Road 
Business 

English and Chinese food top 
"Dupra's" list with just plain 
"silence" bringing up the rear. 
Bill. Joe. Ed. and Art are 
occasionally admonished to 
"flake out!" upon interrupt- 
ing their pal at his favorite 
hobby. working. Business 
school will follow graduation. 
Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3. 



LESLIE ECTMAN 
81 Sheffield Road 
College 

Lively "Les" can be heard ex- 
claiming, "I can't believe you 
said that!" or seen cheering 
with friends, Birdie, Sue, Ann, 
and Sandy. Tops on her list 
are Chinese and Italian foods 
and Mr. O Bnen's classes . . . 
hopes to attend U. of Mass. 
and major in English. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Dra- 
matics Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3; 
Cheerleader 4; Girls" Sports 2; 
Maroon Squad 4; Mirror Staff 4; 
210 Staff 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Class Day 
Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 



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$me20, 1959 

William y. Qallagker Appointed J<)ew W.M.S. Headmaster 




JOHN EDMUNDS 
18 Towsend Street 
College 

"Johnny's" hazel eyes twinkle 
at the sight of steak and 
swordfish. Roaming the corri- 
dors with Eddie. Billy, and 
Brownie, he may be h 
talking about his pet peeve, 
"teachers who give home- 
work." "So!" exclaims John 
at the sight of his favorite 
sports, skating and swimming. 
College plans are seen for this 
quiet senior. 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Track Team 3. 



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WILLIAM ENOS 
44 Hansen Road 

Colltgt 

Bill "liebt" fried clams and 
steak . . . listens to Benny 
Goodman records with "Fre- 
unde." Tom, Fred. John, and 
Ron . . . "naturlich" likes 
German . . aspires ro attend 
Northeastern University after 
graduation "Vie! Gluch" are 
the wishes of all his friends. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; German 
Club 3. 4; Debating Club. 



JONATHAN ESTABROOK 

M I und.i Si 

ColU 

Popular | ten exel 

( , 'J grief !" «vhen on the 
gridiron. This actr 

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inch on ln> li^t of 

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and German at W H S I le 
hopes to take a liberal arts 
rtmouth 

ActhHiil (.crman Club 3. 4: Ski 
Club 2, i; Football Team V (. 

II key Tom 2, V i. Tr 
4; Art Club • Staff 4; 

Langiucc iff 4. Talent 

Show 2. V 



RONA1 n EVANS 
Arlington Road 

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blue-eyed Ronnie finds 
ing up to go to school" 
mil Itns ■ career in 

electrical engineering 

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Actnittrr German Club 2. 3. 4. 
Ski Club 2. 3. Art Club 3. Junior 
Prom Committee J. 



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lAROL FIEDLER 
70 Winthrop Street 

College 

'Susie" plans to be a nurse. 
; ried chicken and pizza will 
Iways be prescribed by her 
o her many friends including 
ee, Donna, Lyndell, and Judy, 
jood luck, Carol ! 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics 
21ub 3; Football Pep Squad 3, 
I; Hockey Pep Squad 3, 4. Vice- 
'resident 4; Open House Usher 2; 
Latin Club Usher 2. 



GLORIA FITCH 

153 Myrtle Street 
Bir 

"Gigi" came to us from South 
Junior High . . . greets friends, 
Sandy, Terry, Diane and Nan- 
cy, with "I say there". . . plans 
to attend Bryant and Stratton 
Secretarial School after gradu- 
ation . 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; 
Art Club 3. 





DIANl FITZSIMMONS 
J6 K i \ '. rside Drive 

Diane is known as "Dee Dee" 
to hei friends, Francine, Glo- 
ria. Nancy, and Marls . . . 
exclaims. "Oh. good heavens," 
when a plate of spaghetti or a 

pi//a is placed before her . . . 
hop* 1 to attend Bryant and 
Stratton Secretarial School. 

Acta uic i Girls' Sports 3. 4. 




JUDITH 1 I AMI KIY 

s trctt 
Colli 

Judy can be seen at football 
games with Donna. Judy. I vn 
da, and Judy dislikes con- 

ceited boys but loves tuna fish 

sandwiches and spaghetti 

plans to go to Framingham 
State College next fall t 
luck. Ju 

Attmtitt: Dramatics Club 2; 
Girls' Sport* I. Vf/rrvr Staff 4; 
Pep Squad 4. 



\\ II I 1AM FRAZIER 

l J Pond Stn 
I >ul 

Bill never s.ivs "later" when 
Linda. Willie, and 
Joe sugecst pi //a and subma- 
rine sandwiches for lunch H ■- 
ins favorite subicct 
Bill will become a mechanic 
after gradual ion 



(ARM! PORBI S 

Carol likes to have fun 

ia. Tat. Diane, and Claud- 
ette H; her fa-- 

sub|i<- ,: W H *> 
clams and chocolate ice cream 
arc her I anvtimc. any 

place 

Ski Club J 
2. 



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September 15, 1959 
Kussia's Premier Khrusehev Arrives for Zour of United States 





FRANCISCO FORTE 

34 Berkshire Road 
College 

Algebra with Mr. O'Brien is 
"pretty far out" according to 
Frank. This jovial senior ac- 
cepts all kinds of food. Char- 
lie, Wayne, Jerry, and Freddy 
say that Frank wants to major 
in math in college. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Junior Class 
President 3; Student Council 3, 
4; Maroon Squad 4; Audio-Visual 
Staff 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



MARIE FRECHETTE 
2 3 Russell Street 
College 

"Wait a second, will you?" 
asks "Betsy" of her friends, 
Ann, Kathy, Nancy, and Car- 
ole .. . enjoys cooking -pizza 
and chocolate cake . . . hopes 
to attend secretarial school in 
the fall. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; Class 
Day Usher 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



ANN FREDRICKS 
101 Colonial Avenue 
College 

Popular Ann, captain of our 
football cheerleaders, dislikes 
people who don't have school 
spirit. Chicken and meatball 
submarines score high with 
her. Among her many friends 
are Sue, Christine, Leslie, and 
Birdie. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 
4; Football Cheerleader 3, 4, Cap- 
tain 4; Maroon Squad 4; Mirror 
Representative 4; Pep Squad 2; 
Red Cross Representative 4. 



CHARLES FREEMAN 
184 Brown Street 
College 

Blue-eyed "Boo Boo" likes 
chemistry at W.H.S. . . . cheer- 
fully greets Frankie, Freddie, 
Ray, and Lopa with "How's 
everything?" . . . intrigued by 
other people's lunches . . . 
Annapolis is his goal. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Football Team 2, 
3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Hockey Team 
2, 3, 4; Track Team 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Red Cross Representa- 
tive 2; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior 
Play Representative 4. 





THOMAS FRIZZELL 
49 Prentice Street 
College 

To have a job that offers a lot 
of travel is "Friz's" ambition 
in life. He shares steak and 
pizza with Charlie, Bill, Jim- 
my, and Jasper. "Friz" enjoys 
water-skiing, but willingly 
comes back to dry land for de- 
mocracy classes. 



SUSAN FRYE 

278 Crescent Street 

Business 

If Sue isn't eating pizza oi 

chicken, she's at the bowling 

alleys with .Joan, Dianne 

Ruthie, and Diane . . . hope; 

to become a secretary in the 

future. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Li 

brary Council 3, 4; Open Hous( 

Usher 2, 3, 4; Mr. Husson': 

Staff 3; Graduation Usher 3. 



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"December 3, J 959 
President Eisenhower Ceaves for World Qood- Will Zrip 







RICHARD FL'CCI 
183 South Street 
College 

'Fooch" can be heard plead- 
ing. "Please, Mr. Custer. I 
don't want to go to English."' 
However, he doesn't hesitate 
ttending physical science class- 
es. "Fooch' 'enjoys working 
with cars with "Little T," Ed, 
Mutt, and Mouse. He will be 
found in the automobile in- 
dustry after graduation. 



JOHN FULTON 
61 Marlborough Road 
Techuic.tl 

John's brown eyes sparkle at 
the thought of fried clams and 
submarine sandwiches. Bobby, 
Sumner, and Cliffy say that 
John hopes to continue his 
education at an engineering 
school. Best of luck, John! 
Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Language Lab 
Staff 4; Senior Band 3; Math 
Club 3. 





PA IKK I A GARB1 R 

- 1 F Hansen Ro.nl 

Colli 

P.it enjoys democracy al W.H.S 
Outside of school she loves eat- 
ing spaghetti .md tried clams. 
People uln< arc cons stently 

l.itt annoy her. but bowling 
wc.irs off her .inm r al- 

ways seen with Sheila, Carol, 

and June . hopes to contin- 
ue her education .it I B M 
school Bot of link al? 

Pat! 

A< Initio: Mr. Huron's Staff 3. 



JOAN GARDNER 
ncoln St t -. 

This peppy, blue-eyed lass is an 
.md pi/za and steak lover 
despises tardiness bowls 

to her heart's content with Sue. 
Dianne. Ruthie. and Judy This 
Waltham Juniorite adores 
English, which she hopes will 
be useful in her )oh as a sec 
retary 

Actirititt Gil Mr. 

I'ep Squid 3; 
Open House I 



■Al I V GARFIELD 
X ashington Street 

Belmont 
I ' 

An.eel tells us that "fools rush 
In where angels fear to tread 
(but they get th< 
Vi'hen hi is not enjoying his 
favorite 'ting, 

and slee; spa- 

ghetti, tried clams, and French 
\ 
s a prin* per- 

he can arrange to print an 
article against people who take 
up t» 

•nit tee 
'. v ntttee 

v 4. 
Graphic r\ 
Kntjr 

4. 



CHARIFs c.AR("\I 

eet 
I ' . . • t al 

.ou cant beat cm 
em ' k. H w^er. he 

u can't beat 
Italian I • and 

all other sports ring the bell 
with this math fan A career in 
electr mmunical 

wait* n the future 



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September, J 959 
fiew Canguage Cab Js Jntrodueed at Walt ham High 




28 Hemlock Terrace 
College 

Brown-eyed "Lee," 
Waltham Juniorite 
roast beef and Yorkshire pud- 
ding . . . never heard ex- 
claiming "that's just fine" 
about tests. Carol, Diane, 
delle, and Sandy know 
Lee's love for math . . . 
lege education is seen 
graduation. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4; Maroon Squad 
4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America Club 4. 



former 
enjoys 



Lyn- 
about 
a col- 
after 



MARGARET GAUTHIER 
5 Plant Road 
Business 

Conceited people are Peggy's 
pet peeve . . . almost always 
found with Diane, Alice, Lin- 
da, and Judy . . . plans to be- 
come a stenographer in the 
future. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; 
Mr. Husson's Staff 3; Pep Squad 
3. 



BYRON GETCHELL 

118 Summit Street 
College 

North Juniorite "Getch" goes 
for fried chicken and pizza 
but retreats from covering 
books and pencil-tapping teach- 
ers. He shouts, "Oh! come 
on!" to Ronnie, Robin, George, 
and Fred when it's time to 
spend money or do algebra. 
Getch looks forward to medi- 
cal school. Best of luck, 
"Getch." 

Activities: Talent Show 3; Senior 
Band 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4. 



LEONARD GIBSON 
19 Harland Road 
Technical 

Mathematical Lenny constant- 
ly quotes "F=MA" to his 
friends, Terry and Elliott. This 
alumnus of North Junior is 
a non-conformist in practical- 
ly everything but his adoration 
of steak and French fries . . . 
aspires to a four year liberal 
arts course with a post-grad- 
uate course in science or math. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; De- 
bating Club 2, 3; Track 3, 4. 





PAUL GILLIS 

59 Alder Street 

College 

"Dobie" enjoys law classes, de- 
vours steak and chicken, but 
detests someone without a sense 
of humor. His many friends 
include John and Dick. He 
hopes to go hunting and fish- 
ing during his vacations from 
his job as a state trooper. 



KATHLEEN GOYETTE 
23 Pine Vale Road 
College 

"Cute" Kathie, who loves 
steak and French fries, enjoys 
cooking and roller skating. 
This- petite former North Jun- 
iorite can usually be seen with 
Jayne, Bonnie, and Carol. We 
wish Kathie the greatest suc- 
cess in a roller-skating career. 



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October, 1959 
Sound of Music, Starring Mary Martin, Opens in Boston 




ANTHONY GRACEFFA 
17 Eddy Street 
College 

T," who comes from North 

unior, can usually be found 

andering around the corri- 

ors with Dick, Bill, and Bob. 

e relishes pizza and ravioli 

ut shudders at getting up ear- 

y . . . never says "Not today!" 

t the prospect of fishing or 

hunting . . . aspires to enter a 

business college. Best of luck 

pn the future. Tony ! 



DIANE GRANCHELLI 
8 Temple Road 
Business 

"Di" can usually be found 
cheering with her friends, 
Joanie and Sandy. Her eyes 
light up at French and chicken 
but glare at "party crashers." 
Diane, who came to us from 
North Junior, hopes to con- 
tinue her education at Chand- 
ler. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 
4; Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; Girls' 
Sports 2; Maroon Squad 4; News- 
paper Editor 3, 4; Mirror Staff 3, 
4; Mirror Representative 3; Mr. 
Husson's Staff 4; 210 Staff 3. 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show 2. 3. .4; Open House Usher 
4; Class Day Usher; Graduation 
Usher 3. 






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DAVID GRAY 
18 Hawthorne Road 
Busirn > i 

Ha/el-eycd Dave craves busi- 
ngs law, toast beef, and pi//a 

. . culprits in crime are Pan- 
da. Charlie. Frank, and Tiger 

. . detests sophomores . . 

adores dancing, homework, and 

tociall W( wish him success 

in his father's construction 

business. 

Atlhitiit: Audio-Visual Staff 3; 

Swimming 



FRAN< IS GRAY 
6 Bryant Road 

"Frankie" frankly adores 
lunches, hot ones, that is Girls, 
cars and his friends. Pete. Don- 
nv. and lorn, interest this 
blue-eyed senior, who cobbles 
up lobster and chicken We 
wish him the best of everything 
at Wentworth next fall. 

Aitiitties: Audio- Visual Staff 2, 
3, 4; Talent Show 2. 



[> >\AID GUI1 HIT! 
7 River Avenue 

"See you later -iny's 

way of saying good -night to 
friends. Dave. Fddie. Raw and 
Paul Sports, especially basket- 
ball, take up his spare time 
when he isn t doing homework. 
This South Junionte nibbles on 
spaghetti and pi??a when he 
• tdyioj his favorite sub- 
ject, accounting H s future 
plans include HI or IBM 
work 



ROI AND HA1 1 
' irele Drive 

"Lannv " enjoys Chinese 
with his friends . . typing 
and English rate high 
spare time pod hv 

ming and skating . . • 
srecr a< a si 
A,tiritit<: Mitre Business St»ff 4. 



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October. 1959 
Rational Cranberry Crop discovered to fte Zainted 





NANCY HAMILTON 

172 Adams Street 

College 

Blonde Nancy, an alumna of 
North Junior, hopes to go into 
nurses training at Newton- 
Wellesley Hospital next fall. 
Her bright blue eyes light up 
at pizza and English, but she 
scowls at waiting for people. 
Good luck, Nancy. 



WAYNE HAMILTON 
136 Colonial Avenue 
Technical 

Handsome Wayne, a member 
of the football team, came to 
us from South Junior High. 
Wayne, who likes his steak 
medium rare and his trig and 
solid a la Mr. Lynch, can usu- 
ally be found with Charlie, 
Frank, and Jerry. His future 
plans include majoring in 
mathematics at a technical 
school. We wish you the 
greatest success in the future. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; German 
Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; 
Football 3, 4; Class Officer 3; 
Student Council 3; Maroon Squad 
4; Audio-Visual Staff 2; Red 
Cross Representative 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Talent Show 
4. 




JOHN HANAGAN 

51 Crescent Street 

College 

John, president of the National 
Honor Society, is an alumnus 
of South Junior. "Rusty," 
whose favorites include biolo- 
gy, steak, and turkey, can usu- 
ally be seen with Wayne, Ray, 
and Charlie. Brown-eyed John 
hopes for a career in dentistry. 
We wish you a world of suc- 
cess, John. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Staff 3, 4; Senior Band 2, 

3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 

4, President 4; Science Fair Quiz 
Team 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Chem- 
ical Lab Assistant 3, 4; Class 
Marshall 3; Phi Beta Kappa 
Award 3. 



IRAD HARDY 
314 Bacon Street 
Technical 

"Terry," our exchange student 
to Switzerland, can be found 
playing "Tactics II" with Fred, 
Ray, Tony, and Jack. Steak and 
Fon-Du make a perfect meal 
for athletic Terry. College is 
his destination after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track 
Team 3, 4, Captain 4; Language 
Lab Staff 3, 4; Talent Show 3. 




LORRAINE HART 
1197 Main Street 
College 

Pretty "Lorrie," who came to 
us from North Junior, can 
usually be seen swimming or 
oil painting with Carole, 
Kathy, and Lynne. This talent- 
ed artist hopes to continue her 
education at art school. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; 
Art Club 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 



IRENE HAYES 

157 Grove Street 
Business 

Irene says "O.K., fine" to 
French fries, roast beef, and 
English, but "nix" to un- 
sociable people. This brown- 
eyed miss sees a business 
school in the future . . . 
roams the halls with Kathy, 
Bari, and Betty. 



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January, 1960 

Boston Jorms Pro~3ootball Zeam — Zhc Patriots 




NORMAN HEBERT 
1 1 Willow Street 
I 'national 

Blue-eyed Norm enjoys roast 
beef and hot fudge sundaes 
with Joe, Tom, Champ, and 
Dave. Skiing, skating, and 
swimming are all tops with 
Norm, but losing the church 
keys annoys him. 



YVONNE HEFFERLE 
15 Trinity Circle 
College 

"Vonnie" hate people who 
say. "Jeepers Crow." Of 
course, Carole, Carol, Ruthie, 
Doris, and Eileen never do. 
While watching B.C. football 
games, she enjoys a snack of 
steak and roast beef. 
"Vonnie." who hails from 
Pennsylvania, finds English 
most enjoyable and looks for- 
ward to college after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; 
Senior Play 4. 





ROBERT HERTZ 

100 Hibiscus Ave. 

Bus it 

"Zeke," .i formei \\ .iltham 

juniorite s.us. "Better believe 

it to his friends. This brown- 

eyed lad enjoys bookkeeping 

when in School, stink cars 
when out. Its off to Bentley 
College and then the Navy 
liter graduation 



1 I ROY HILL 

-1 Rub Street 

1 le to us from North 

Junior . favorites include 

law. stiak and lobster . . . 
can usually be seen with Phil. 
Wendell, and Ken . . . hopes 
to enter the service after 

graduation 



DIAN1 HOIDE 
; I Pinehill Circle 
Coll* 

Brow n e\ed Smiley" hails 
from North Junior . . . loves 
eating fried clams and s 
hetti with buddies. Barbara. 
Jan. Joanne. Anne . . . h 
tO attend I so.rct.uial School 
in the future. 

Aelintiti Dramatics Club 4; 
Ctrl' 4, Cafeteria 

Squad J; 210 Staff J; Library 
Council J, 4; Red Cr << Repre- 
tentative 3. 4; Open House l<her 
». 4. 



PATRICIA lANNETTl 
! afayettc Street 

"Come on, don t." explains 
b ro wn-eye d Pat can be 

found devouring pi?7a with 
pals. Jackie. Kay, Bcrtv and 
Eileen Tins enthus- 

iast will attend a bu^ 
school after graduation 
of h 



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{January 15, 1960 

Walt ham Migh Students View Academy Award Winning Ken-Mur 





GEORGE INGLIS 

22 Marlborough Road 
College 

"How's the weather up 
there?" is a common question 
directed to "Stretch." He can 
be seen with friends, Bob, 
Robin, Byron, and Larry . . . 
loves eating steaks and coffee 
frappes . . . plans to become 
an electronics engineer. Happy 
skyscraping, "Stretch." 



PETER JAQUITH 
48 Barbara Road 
Technical 

Pete, a devout physics fan, 
spends his spare time build- 
ing scale model ships. This 
steak-lover can be found with 
Gorden, Fred, or Philip. A 
career in shipbuilding can be 
seen in his crystal ball. May- 
be he'll come up with the 
best inventions yet! 
Activities: Latin Club 2; German 
Club 3; Rifle Club 2; Audio- 
Visual Staff 3, 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Ornics 3; National Hon- 
or Society 3, 4; Physics Lab As- 
sistant 3. 




FRANCIS JENKINS 
18 Caldwell Road 
Business 

"Red," a graduate of North 
Junior, can be seen with fel- 
low pizza lovers, Vinnie, 
Dave, and Peter . . . likes 
business law at W.H.S. . . . 
sets sail for a linear type 
school. Good luck in the 
future, "Red." 

Activities: Rifle Club 2; Cafeteria 
Squad 3. 



PHILIP JOHNSON 
44 Riverside Drive 
College 

"Smile!" advises Phil to good 
friends, Joanne, Tom, Tom, 
Alan, and Marilyn. Hot Ta- 
males and Swedish meatballs 
are all Phil needs to be happy. 
Physics with Mr. Avery is his 
favorite subject. Boston Uni- 
versity is Phil's goal after 
graduation. After that he 
hopes to become a multimil- 
lionaire journalist. 
Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Debating Club 4; Ski Club 3; 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual 
Staff 3, 4. 



CAROL JOHNSON 

56 Edwin Road 

College 

Cute, petite Carol dislikes 

class sessions most of all . . . 

numbers among her friends 

Cathy, Joanne, Susan, and 

Carol. This future elementary 

school teacher is headed for 

college after graduation. 

Happy teaching, Carol. 





RUTH JOHNSON 
32 Bigelow Road 
College 

Pretty Ruthie loves French 
classes and Swedish meatballs, 
but exclaims, "Oh, brother!" 
at the thought of carrying 
books home. Sewing rates "par 
excellance" with this blue- 
eyed lass. Doris, Marilyn, 
Carol, Lynne, and Flossie say 
that Ruthie will shine at the 
University of Massachusetts' 
School of Nursing. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Student 
Exchange Committee 3; Debating 
Club 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4; 
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Representative 4; Talent 
Show 2; Open House Usher 3 
Maroon Squad 4; Newspaper Edi 
tor 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4 
Library Council 3, 4, Chairman 



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February 19, 1960 
Class of 1961 Attends (Junior Prom 



GEORGE JOHNSTON 
3 i-B Hansen Road 
Bu uness 

George dislikes homework as 
a rule, but says accounting is 
o.k. . . . can be found with 
Ronnie, Bill, Paul, and Phil 
. . . gives an A-f- to cheese- 
burgers and sundaes. Although 
his future plans are indefinite. 
we wish him the best of luck. 




DANIEL JONES 

145 Florence Road 

College 

Blue-eyed Danny came to 

WHS. from St. Mary's High. 

Working on cars or eating 

steak really rate with Danny 

. . . plans to attend college 

after graduation . . . friends 

include Bruce. Ed. Jimmy, 

and Larry. 





JAM! s KAY 
22 Hatherly Road 
I , ition'al 

Jim can be heard yelling. 
"Hey, fella, want some roast 
beef or steak?' He enjoys 
electronics theory and bowl- 
ine with Billy, Charlie, R.iv. 
and Al After graduation he'll 
be wearing Navy Blue. 



ROBER1 KIAN'E 
*>9 Trimount Street 

"How about that?" says Bob 
whin speaking of ■ sports 
hater . . likes lunch, especial- 
ly turkey and steak . dis- 
iuss ( s the latest sports action 
with Mob. GttS, and 
S 



ROBTRI Kl I I 1R 
18 BrookfieU Road 

Colli 

"Why not' exclaims Bob 
when asked about steak and 
mashed potato hv George. 
Herby. Robin, and "Meme." 
To ha\ e no biology* homework 
is his dream Although his 
plans are still uncertain, we 
wish him luck in all he does. 



ROL1 KEHOl 

• Lincoln Street 
Coll, 

Ha ael -eye d "Nena' will al- 
remember phvsics at 
W.H.S and the fun she had 
with Carol, ludv. Garmela. 
and Yvonne H< iding 

followed bv a lobster dinner 
make • for her. 

luck in the future. 

Ann tins: Dramatic* Club 4. Sen- 
ior PI«t *. P*P Sv-uid I 



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February 19, 1960 
A Prince Js Mom to England's Queen Elizabeth n 




FRANK KELLY 

37 Beal Road 
College 

Smiling "Kell" came to 
W.H.S. via North Junior . . . 
enjoys algebra . . . can be 
found either eating submarine 
sandwiches or playing hockey 
with good friends, Tim, Larry, 
Neil, and Larry . . . hopes 
there won't be any middle 
period studies at Boston Col- 
lege. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3; Golf 2; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



PATRICIA KELLY 

32 Middle Street 
College 

Boys who play the big hero 
rate a zero with brown-eyed 
"Kelly" who can be found 
with Marcia, Carole, Barbara, 
and Sherry. Chamberlaine 
School of Retailing is in her 
bright future. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 4; 
Class Officer 2; Student Council 
2; Newspaper Staff 4; Mirror Rep- 
resentative 3; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




MARY KELTON 

174 Adams Street 

Business 

This South Junior recruit 

smiles at the thought of Bob 

and meringue pie but frowns 

on onions. . . . called "Me- 

Me" by Ann. Diane, Pat, 

Donna, and Joyce. Good luck 

in your ambition to live a 

happy life! 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; 

Mirror Representative 2; Library 

Council 4; American Field Service 

Club 3. 



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CAROL KENNEY 

102 Irving Street 
College 

Carol delights in French. To 
anyone who doesn't like lob- 
ster or pizza with mushrooms 
Carol says, "What, are you 
some kind of nut?" She eager- 
ly makes strikes with Carole, 
Don, Micky, Ruth, Vonnie, 
and Doris. Carol will dedicate 
herself to research work in 
biology. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
2, 3; Student Council 3; News- 
paper Staff 3, 4, Editor 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Mirror Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Talent Show 4; Open 
House Usher 2, 3; Class Day 
Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; 
Art Club 3; Nurse's Aide 2, 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Kingsbury Temperance Essay Win- 
ner 3. 



JUDITH KENNEDY 
31 Lord Street 
Business 

Friendly Judy came to W.H.S. 
from North Junior High. 
Comrades, Judy, Judy, Donna, 
Barbara, Julie, and Mickey, 
say that Judy dislikes more 
than one test in a day, but de- 
mocracy rates "tops." Judy's 
future dream centers around a 
career as a dental assistant 
after graduation from Boston 
School of Dental Nursing. 
Activities: Debating Club 3; Dra- 
matics Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3; Newspaper 
Editor 4; Mirror Art Staff 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Talent Show 3. 





EILEEN KEOUGH 

43 Fiske Street 
College 

"Let's go!" cries hazel-eyed 
"Carrot Top" to Ann, Betsy, 
and Marie as she rushes to 
her favorite class, sewing. 
While munching fried clams 
and listening to records, she 
may be found pondering her 
future at the I.B.M. School. 



M&y> i960 

Britain's Princess Margaret Weds Commoner, Mtkony Armstrong $ones 




SUSAN KESSLER 
279 Warren Street 
College 

Friendly Sue shares the dis- 
comforts of the crowded cafe- 
teria with Cathy, Judy, Jo, and 
Marilyn . . . avid reader and 
album collector. The Universi- 
ty of Massachusetts is the fu- 
ture alma mater of this Eng- 
lish enthusiast who wants to 
be an English teacher. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Committee 4; Debating 
Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Math 
Club 3; Newspaper Editor 4; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show Scenery Committee 3; Open 
House Usher 3, 4. 



RICHARD KING 
9 Dexter Street 
College 

en drivers are a nuis- 
ance to Dick and to friends, 
John. Dick. Bob, and Jim. 
Trig with Mr Lynch is a 
bright spot in the day for him 
. . . plans to enter the archi- 
tectural field after college. 
Actitities: Student Exchange Com- 
mittee 3; Mirror Literary Staff 4. 





( AROL KIM.sLEY 
1 r> i I lorence Road 
ColU 

"Oh, you're gorgeous," re- 
marks this blue-eyed pi//a anil 
economics tan to friends, Vi- 
vian. Jerry, Chen, and P< 
Bothered bv having to pet up 
early and conceited boys, 

Ciml finds tune to bowl with 
the cant I Uture plans include 
working m a deportment store. 

Attiritiis: Curls' Sports 2, 4; Sen- 
ior Band 2. 



PHll IP KINGS! l Y 
16 i Florence Road 

Colli 

Phil dislikes starting school at 
eight in the morning and his 
(Hinds ardentl) acrte with 
; him The bell tor first lunch 
really begins Ins day. and if 
the lunih is spaghetti or subs, 
tlun things iust couldn't be 

bitter Ciood luck in the fu- 
ture. Phil' 



DAVID KINS1 I V 
1 5 Colonial A\cnue 
Colli 

"Are you kidding nv 
Dave of friends, Artie. Pete. 
Ronnie, and Duk This former 
.South Juniorite dislikes un- 
friendly people He would be 
content iust to eat a ham- 
burger and watch a sporting 
csent Ctxvl luck in the fu- 
ture as a traveling salesman' 



PET! R kl\M I v 
1 5 Colonial Axcnue 

Fnendlv "Baj ill never 

■ 
steak, he can be found « 

ies with Ronald. W 
Phil, ar N I 

theatrical opera- 

• 

Dn 
rrutin Club 5, Traik Trim 3; 
Student Council 3. Tiler* Show 



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May 1> i960 

American U~2 Plane Shot 'Down Over Kussia 




JUDITH KOCHENDERFER 
120 Clark Lane 
College 

"What a blast!" exclaims 
"Cokey" when she's riding or 
roller skating with Judy, 
Patty, Sandra, and Sue. She 
refuses to share pizza and 
French fries with conceited 
people. A business or nursing 
school is seen in the future. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3. 



DOROTHY LA FORTE 
63 Albermarle Road 
College 

While studying democracy and 
devouring lasagna, blue-eyed 
Dottie meditates on the un- 
pleasantness of homework. 
"Are you kidding?" she ex- 
claims if Joanne, Elaine, 
Eileen, or Gail even suggest 
that Adam Wade is as good 
as Johnny Mathis. Dottie is 
off to Mansfield after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3; 
Pep Squad 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2. 



ROBERT LANCTOT 
149 Clark Street 
Vocational 

Blue-eyed Bob enjoys drawing 
and eating chicken and roast 
beef with Dick, Pete, Joe, and 
Gordon. Future plans for this 
former South Junior alumnus 
include a college of archi- 
tectural drawing. 
Activities: Student Exchange 4. 



JANICE LAWLER 
115 High Street 
Business 

"What, no spaghetti! How 
come?" Jan asks Barbara, 
Sherry, Pat, and Helene. She 
doesn't mind getting up early 
to study democracy. A busi- 
ness career is seen in the fu- 
ture. 

Activities: Red Cross Representa- 
tive 2, Talent Show 4; Open 
House L/sher 2. 








MARY LOU LEARY 
41 Hardy Pond Road 

Business 

Typing rates as high on blue- 
eyed Lou's list as mushrooms 
rate low. "I doubt it!" she 
replies when Marlene, Carol, 
and Rosanne suggest that 
cheeseburgers and vanilla 
cokes might not be a perfect 
match. She foresees a career 
in office work. 




JACQUELYN LE BLANC 

76 Gardner Street 
Business 

"Like help!" cries pizza-lov- 
ing Jackie when confronted by 
stuck-up people. Eileen, Betty, 
Kay, and Pat join their friend 
in democracy studies and danc- 
ing. Chandler Secretarial 
School figures prominently in 

her future. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Pep Squad 

3, 4; Red Cross Representative 3. 



58 



May, J 960 

Paris Summit breaks Up Kef ore Jt Starts 




he 



PAIL LEBLAXC 
1 16 Chestnut Street 
Business 
Although 
homework. 
"Frenchie" 
business law 
Joe. Eddy, 
doubt it." he 



doesn't enjoy 

brown-eyed 

breezes through 

with pals, Dick, 

and Kenny. "I 

demurs when a 



new bowling or pool -shooting 
Style is suggested. He plans to 
become a successful account- 



ant 



PHILIP LEBLANC 

56 Fiskc Street 

Business 

Sea foods and business law 

find favor with blue-eyed 

Phil, but not so sessions. This 

year's rifle team skipper, he 

may be found shooting with 

EIroy. Wendell. George, and 

Kinney. He plans to become a 

C.P.A.' 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3. 4; 

Rifle Team 5, 4. Captain 4. 





RONALD LEBLANC 
\2 Wellington Avenue 

ness 

' n eyed "Roll" enjoys 
lasagne and bookkeeping, but 
not conceited people "Got 



an\ gas money.' 



he 



M . Tony, Paul, and Pete 
while stranded half way to the 
basketball tame He sees a fu- 
ture m accounting 
A, in -. I 

Staff 4. 



BARBARA LECLAIR 
South St- 

Bus:' 

it do you want?" 

this blue-en of her 

friends. Brcnda. Barbara, and 
Nan. ft workifl 

loves 
plen' k Barbara hopes 

there will he wait 

ing her after business scl> 
*npiper Staff 2. 



DIAN1 I I M 

17 1 
But- 

i not listening to rti 

•d "Decdie. a fu- 
ture and eats 
I and fried clams 

iking about conceited 
with Claudctte. Marsha. 

e Club 4. 
-ts r. Red Qo« Rcrre- 
jentative 4. 



• VU UNI INI 
et 
•al 

: loe 
at the tl • fried i 

and spaghetti W neti 
ann. • 

and O 
■ 
plan 
A.-tr, Bitkctbtll 

I 



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June, 1960 

Walt ham High School Baseb alters Reach State Trnals 




GERARD LEONE 
71 Grove Street 
College 

"Not quite," is an admonition 
brown-eyed Jerry occasionally 
hears after missing the goal 
or basket. Homework annoys 
him, but not so clams, U.S. 
History, or pals, Pete, Brian, 
Jim. and Wayne. Jerry plans 
to attend college upon gradua- 
tion. 



WENDELL LIGHT 
90 Taylor Street 
Business 

Drawing a lead on a career as 
a C.P.A, hazel-eyed Wendell 
divides his time between the 
target range and chicken. Ses- 
sions can't compete with de- 
mocracy, Elroy, Pete, Larry, 
and Ken. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; 
Golf Team 2; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. 



MARY ANNE 
LIVERMORE 
17 Thornton Road 
College 

Quiet, petite Mary Anne plans 
to attend a junior college in 
the near future. This brown- 
eyed miss, who just loves his- 
tory, steak, and chocolate cake, 
can often be seen in the com- 
pany of Ginny, Margie, 
Cynthia, and Edith. 
Activities: Ski Club 3; Student 
Council 2; Main Office Staff 2; 
Talent Show 3. 




DORIS LOESER 
323 Florence Road 
College 

Pretty brown-eyed Doris lov 
French and German ... ha 
pily sews with Ruth, Marih 
Carol, and Sandra . . . gasti 
nomic delights include sout 
ern fried chicken and sau< 
braten . . . will major in la 

guages at college. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Germ 
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 
Mirror Literary Staff 4; CI 
Day Usher 3; Graduation Usl 
3; Bloodmobile 4; National Hoi 
Society 3, 4. 





CANDACE LONG 

71 Robbins Street 

Business 

Typing, spaghetti, and pizza 

rate high with blue-eyed 

Candy, but homework just 

does not agree with her. 

Candy hopes to do secretarial 

work and still have time for 

collecting records. 
Activities: Student Council 3; 
Mirror Representative 3; Senior 
Play Representative 4. 



ANN LORENTZ 

36A Eddy Street 

College 

Rather than go to school 

do housework. 

to spend her 

ing freehand 

French Fries and onion rin 

She can often be heard pi; 

ing the accordion for Eile< 

Carol, Peter, and Larry . 

dreams of her future work 

an office. 



Ann lil 
time dra 
and eati 



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Tnntmrrr 



B2H 



Mgust, i960 

Construction of flew Walt ham High School ft eg ins 




JAMES I.I'CCHESE 
72 Lafayette Street 
College 

Brown-eyed "Bloopa's"' busy 
schedule includes getting up 
early to "eat a bean" and make 
tracks for his favorite class- 
study. Pizza, sports, Jerry. 
Neil. Frank, and Buddy oc- 
cupy the remainder of this 
business administration ma- 
jor's time. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Rifle 
Club 3; Baseball 3; Class Treas- 
urer 4; Red Cross Representative 
3. 



KATHLEEN LUNNY 

l l i Brown street 
College 

Eggplant submarines and 
chicken agree with brown- 
eyed Kathy just as Latin does, 
but people who cr.uk their 
gum are not "swinging" with 
her. While riding around 
town with Joanne. Carol, and 
Nancy. Kathy talks constantly 
about Lasell Junior College 
and her goal, to be a medical 
secretary. Lots of luck' 





SI 1 LYDON 

1 1 A ( olonifll Avenue 

bins rate low with 
this Mm eyed blonde, while 
Italian food and fried chicken 
I his pepp) cheer- 
leader would like to attend 

' 
chusetts alone with Ann. 
Madacha 

Aflhiliti Pr.imatics Club 2. ), 4 

4; Football Cbeer 

leader * id 4 

I; 210 Si 

Pep Squjd 2. Secretary-Treasurer 

' inmr Prom Committee J; 

Talent Show J, 4. Senior Play 

Representative 4; Senior Play 

I. 



LAI I ' \RTIHR 

1 1 Randall Street 

c who drive their can 

ther 

bother I i Knnic 

frequently heard 
a minuti 

1 ia 

S up hi I 

turk< 
phon 



mia \»kni 

"Oh. nuts'" exclaims this 

n e\r.i I 

up in the, morning 
her. hut *bc agrrr | 

Ivnn I'>an and Hrather that 
id cake are 

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LD 

inc 

it do you w«il 

• it- 
irm- Judv drra: 
mg a lejtal 

4, Ti rn4 She* 4; 



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ply 13, 1960 

"Democratic National Convention Nominates M<& 




NORMAN MacDONALD 
45 Colonial Avenue 
College 

Blue-eyed "Pete" can often be 
heard disgustedly discussing 
homework with Jerry, Dickie, 
Wayne, and Arthur. Future 
plans for "Pete" include col- 
lege and lots of roast beef. 



JANICE MACKIN 
84 Whitman Road 
College 

Popular Jan may be found 
buried in a book or working 
vigorously on scenery. Judy, 
Ginny, Janet, Lauren, and 
Betty say she likes to eat piz- 
za and subs and enjoys study- 
ing biology. Her future plans 
include B.C. Nursing School. 
Best of luck in the future, 
Jan! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
2, 3. 



JANET MacQUEEN 
88 Washington Ave. 
Business 

Janet has her brown eyes set 
on an airline school after 
graduation . . . loves to talk 
on the telephone 
thoroughly enjoys onion rings 
and pizza . . . numbers Sue, 
Pat, Carol, and Butch among 
her friends. If you should hear 
"What time is it?" you'll 
know Jan is in the vicinity. 




ELAINE MAHAN 
855 Lexington Street 
Business 

"Curly" says, "I don't care" 
when Nancy Carol, Judy, and 
Janice mention that it's time 
to do homework. However, 
she relishes the thought of 
pizza and clams. This talent- 
ed typist sees a secretarial 
school beckoning after gradua- 
tion. 
Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 4. 





FRANCIS MANDILE 
19 Chester Avenue 
Business 

When asked if he likes ac- 
counting better than spaghetti 
and pizza, "Fanny" always 
shouts, "I doubt it." Either 
with or without John, Peter, 
Ray, or Ronnie, "Frannie" is 
headed for the armed forces. 
Good luck! 



CAROL MARCHANT 
163 V 2 Chestnut Street 
College 

"Carrie" comes to us from St. 
Charles High School ... fa- 
vorite subjects are chemistry, 
foods, and clothing . . . 
Chinese food or lobster makes 
her brown eyes dance ... is 
always quoting "the Golden 
Rule" to girl friends, Kathy, 
Carol, Candy, and Ann . . . 
reading, music, and scrapbooks 
take up most of her time . . . 
hopes to have her own dance 
studio someday. 
Activities: Talent Show 3, 4. 



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tusetts Senator {John Titzgerald Kennedy for President 




PAMELA MARDEN 
74 Riverview Avenue 
College 

Blue-eyed Pam is a lobster 
lo\er . . . says, "That's good, 
I'm glad " when Diane, Sue, 
Nancy, and Bonnie mention 
that they enjoy history too 
. . . swimming specialist . . . 
future plans include a nursing 
career. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Mirror Business 
Staff 2; Talent Show 2. 3; Grad- 
uation Usher 3. 



SANDRA MARKHAM 
1 1 Tudor Street 
Busn 

North Junior sent English- 
loving Sandy to us Donna. 
Diane. Joanie. and Sandy will 
agree with her that party 
crashers are always unwel- 
come. Attending Chandler 
School for Women and be- 
coming a private secretary are 
among her future plans, but 
for the present she is content 
attending D.S. Sorority meet- 
ings. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2; 
Maroon Squad 4; Newspaper Staff 
3, 4: Mirror Staff 4; Main Office 
Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 
2; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Open 
House Usher 2. 





( AKOI MARIMONI I 
23 Crafts Street 

Called "Mau Mtu" by her 

friends, Janice, Carla, Pat, and 

( irol enjoys typing 

cl.iss When .lsked it she 
really likes thicken and tuna 
fish, she replies. W'.tnt to 
make a bet' The Suburban 
School for Secretaries ;s her 

destination 

Aitnuiti: Girls' Sports 2, 3. 4; 
Newspaper Staff 3. 



FRAM Iv MAROBELLA 
15 Humboldt Street 

I fham High has 

(hop and only 

a few dances. "Dickie" has 

to be consoled with steak. 

and chemistry He 
to b- that 

he can ■ ll's. Boh 

Herby's and Kenny s teeth in 
ndition. 

D Club 2; Junior 
Prom Committee i. 



IRG1 MARSHA! I 

1 19 Alder Street 

Popi 

chicken wit) - uck. 

Dann\. anj hen not 

1 piano 

.iris irn- 



a I Hr 

plans to maj ment 

at HI 

Detvrtiag 

I 

- Bind 



Al. 



-i 4; Ba»- 
kethiK Team 



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Mgust, i960 

Republican National Convention Chooses Vice Presid 




SUSAN MARTIN 
74 Morton Street 
College 

"Yes, it is," remarks Sue 
when listening to records at 
Judy's house. Her blue eyes 
twinkle at the sight of steak 
or spaghetti, but homework, 
her pet peeve, seems to pro- 
voke distaste. Chuddy, Nancy, 
and Doris know that French 
rates high on Sue's list of 
favorites. She has college plans 
for the future. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2; 210 
Staff 3. 



WILLIAM MAXWELL 
61 Graymore Road 
College 

Billy, a college-bound senior, 
can't resist lobster, steak, or 
history. Phil, Al, Pete, Billy 
are his friends. "As goes Wil- 
liams, so goes the Red Sox," 
reflects Billy's thoughts con- 
cerning baseball. His hobby is 
philately, and his future plans 
include college. Best of luck, 
Billy! 



FRANCIS MAZZARINI 
58 Pond Street 
Vocational 

"I heard the bell. Did you 
hear the bell ?" is a question 
asked by "Mazza" of Ron, 
Tony, Debbie, Ray, Roger, and 
Frank. Theory is this St. 
Joseph's alumnus's favorite 
subject. Francis will be found 
in a machine shop after 
graduation. 

Activities: Vocational Views Re- 
porter 4. 



PATRICIA MAZZOLA 

242 Lowell Street 
Business 

Clams and pizza top "Sh 
ty's" list of favorites as d 
shorthand. Deanne, Carol, i 
Janice realize her pet peeve 
homework. "Forget it," 
claims "Shorty" when asked 
stop talking on the phc 
Her ambition is to be 
perfect secretary," of cours 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 
Talent Show 4: Nurse's Clinic 





Tmass'ao 



MARIE McCORRY 

61 Stow Street 

College 

Barbara, Sherry, Barbara, and 

Marcia realize that "Cookie" 

won't tolerate conceited boys. 

When not in her favorite class, 

history, she pursues her hobby 

of eating roast beef and fried 

clams. This ambitious senior 

plans to enter college next 

fall. 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 4; 
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; Main Office Staff 
4. 



william Mcdonald 

10 Calvary Street 
Business 

"How about that!" exclai 
Billy when he's playing ba 
ball. Athletic Billy ne 
strikes out in democracy cla 
Getting up in the morning 
his pet peeve. Ronnie, Len 
and Bruce know he loves t 
key and Italian food. Bent 
School of Accounting \> 
claim this versatile senior. 



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Richard fikon as Presidential Nominee 

■ 




jeanne McDonnell 

42 Mayale Street 
Business 

"Chub's" blue eyes sparkle 
when she is in shorthand 
class or eating pizza or lamb. 
The only thing that bothers 
this perky senior is people 
who don't like to laugh. 
Shirley, Diane, Pat, and Pat 
can't resist "Chub's" favorite 
saying, "Don't know, do ya?" 
This good-humored miss plans 
to attend a business school af- 
ter graduation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Nurse's 
Clinic 3, 4; Open House Usher 4. 



GERALD McFAYDEN 
14 Willow Street 
Vocational 

Place a steak or pizza before 
"Mac," and watch his grt.en 
eyes light up. Pals, Fred, Al, 
Jim, and Clint, know that Mac 
will be successful in the fu- 
ture. 





RAYMOND McKI 1 
250 College Farm Ro.i.l 
I tationeu 

It's worth getting up in the 
morning it breakfast is lobster 
and apple pic with ne crc.im. 
M7S Mac His friends, Sandy, 
Tom. Jean, and Rich heartily 
agree with him Cars. ,in.j 
listening to music make the 
day compktc tor this future 
electronic engineer. 



CATHERIM 
McLAUGHl in 

!~ Mountain Road 

Colli 

Brown-eved Cathy came to 

WMS froi 

likes piz/a and subs on her 
menu enjoys dcm< 

classes and bowling with 
friends. Jeanne. Cathv. 

Pauline, and Debbie Cathy 
plans for a future as * dental 

assistant 

ActhHiti: Dnmatics Club 4. Cafe- 
ten* Squad ); Tilent Show 4. 



Mil McPHEl 

T2 Rumford Asenue 
Collet* 

Neil attended South Junior be 
fore enter :n»; \\ H S He may 
be found with Ray. Jim. 
Frank, and Fred that is jf 
be isn t in his favorite 
rcometry Roast beet 
M the onh dish that can 
makr ' H dance 

After graduation this athletic 
enter Boston 
Coll' 

«rr TeMB J. 
Marooo Sqvad 4. 



ELINOR MELODY 

eet 

Chic and bowling 

c »' i with bromn-eyed 

demoi -acT rate* 

I to if Iconic. 

m. and Janet »rt the 

«td luck. 

Flir 

DraoMtia Club 4, 

Pep $<p>i<l TtteM 

- 



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Septembers, J 960 
Qrandma Moses Celebrates 100th birthday 




MARY JANE MESSIA 
147 Felton Street 
Business 

Mary Jane enjoys democracy 
class and reading . . . favorite 
foods include squash and spin- 
ach . . . friends are Jimmy, 
Steve, Terri and Barbara . . . 
future plan is to join the 
Waves. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Girls' 
Sports 3. 



DONNA MILLER 
17 Emmeline Avenue 
Business 

English is tops for Donna. 
Bowling with friends, Milly, 
Joan, Diane or Elaine, takes 
up most of her spare time. 
Donna hopes to work in a 
bank after graduation. Good 
luck, Donna! 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Class 
Secretary 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; 
Mr. Husson's Staff 3, 4; Main 
Office Staff 4; Open House Usher 
2; Graduation Usher 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, 4. 



ELAINE MOBILIA 

65 Charles Street 

College 

Blue-eyed Elaine is called 

"Moe" by her friends, Betty 

Ann, Eileen, Kay, and Cinny 

. . . likes to see spaghetti and 

chop suey on her menu. Moe, 

who favors democracy at 

W.H.S., hopes to become a 

hairdresser in the future. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 



EDWARD MOGAN 

7 Pearl Street 

College 

"Riggie" is often seen at th 

movies or eating a pizza witl 

friends, "Mat," "Roe," Dave 

and Kevin. His 

ject at W.H.S. 

pet peeve is 

trouble. "Riggie' 

the seven seas with the U.S 

Navy after graduation. 



favorite sub 
is law . . 
getting int 
plans to sai 





ROBERT MONDENE 

18 Pearl Street 
College 

"Roe" is one of W.H.S. 's 
talented artists . . . hamburg- 
ers and steak are "cooler than 
most" for "Roe" . . . Roger, 
Billy and Dave top his list 
of friends. Robert plans to 
attend art school and become 
a commercial artist. 
Activities: Student Council Vice- 
President 4; Track Team 3; 
Chairman Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Class Day Usher 3; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Mirror Art Staff 
4; Art Club 3. 



HERBERT MORANG 

22 Shirley Road 

Technical 

Blue-eyed Herb enjoys wate 

skiing with pals, Neal, Pau 

Ken, and Bob. Roast beef an 

advanced math make his da 

complete. He aims for Nortr 

eastern University. 



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September 12, 1960 
Hurricane 'Donna Devastates Qreater Boston 




KENNETH MORASH 
2 l Manning Road 
Technical 

With an eye on MIT. blue- 
eyed Kenny keeps in trim for 
track by digesting plenty of 
ice cream and peanut butter 
and jelly sandwiches. Herb, 
Dave, Jack, and Bob accom- 
pany their pal on his excur- 
sions into the world of mathe- 
matics. 

Attn /ties: German Club 3; Ski 
Club 3; Senior Band 2, 3; Talent 
Show }; Class Day Usher 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; National 
Honor Society }. i. 



DAVID MORREALE 

36 Oak Street 

I ' i it >i.tl 

"You've got a case," exclaims 

Mopey" when Janice, Tom, 
Bill, and Joe offer him straw 
berry shortcake. Fixing cars 
and boxing occupy most of his 
sp.ire time. After graduation 

Mopey" will follow the 
Marines to the halls of Mon- 
tezuma. 

Actnititi: Football 2. 3. 4; Moni- 
tor 4; Mirror Staff 4; Mirror Vo- 
cational Editor 4; Student Ex- 
change 4; Senior Prom Committee 
1 'pen House Usher 4; Voca- 
tion Views Reporter 3. 





RAYMOND MORRI^ 
|] Chestnut Mi 

i >.'.// 

Rock and Roll is the pet peeve 
of blue eyed Moe ... ex- 
claims, "Why not!" when Al, 
R.n. Roy, and Ace suggest 

the) --top tor ice . re.im 

coffei scientifii senior 

< li ctronics work awaits 
Mo aftei graduation 

A, in in, s, icnce Fail 



GORDON MORRIM>\ 

irnum Road 
•:c.il 

Pizza-loving enio\s 

Mr I\nihs trig class Pete. 
Johnnv. Fred, and Don arc 
sometimes unwilling spectators 
to their pal's attempts to imi- 
tate the Cape Canaveral at 
whuh he hopes one d.i 
work 

Club 

Club - • 



CAROI Mom \ 
9*' : Irancis Street 

Shorthand is swell 

has trouble with people 
who aren t punctual en- 

Italian floods br 

with fr 
Diane. June. Nana. Milh 
1 el la future amh 

includes secretarial « 



E Road 

• 

chats with K 

»rb. and Francmr 
distil 
sav noth 

attend a secretarial school 
■ 



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67 



September, i960 
Metropolitan Zransit Authorities Qo on Strike 




WARREN MOSHER 
36 Wilmot Road 
College 

Gary, Lenny, Bill, and Kevin 
agree with "Brent" that "wise 
guys" are unwanted . 
lobster and roast beef, how- 
ever, are "in" . . . history 
and trumpet playing take up 
most of his spare time . . . 
Tufts University and dentistry 
are in the future. 
Activities: Senior Band 2, 3, 4. 



FRANK MROSZCZYK 
1805 Trapelo Road 
College 

Quiet Frank can be found 
playing the tuba Saturday 
afternoons at W.H.S. football 
games. Aiming at a career in 
construction engineering, he is 
partial to all foods and con- 
siders German his favorite 

subject. Best of luck, Frank! 
Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4. 



GERALD MULCAHY 
23 Moreland Avenue 
Lexington 
Vocational 

"Truck's" philosophy is "He 
that hath a trade hath an es- 
tate." Pals, Butch, Bill, Jim, 
and Bobbie, are never loud 
mouths. When sleeping, 
"Truck" dreams of ham- 
burgers, ice cream, and his 
career as a metal correction 
technician. 



JULIA MULLER 
53 Sartell Road 
College 

Vacation homework 

"Jewel's" main trouble 
W.H.S. but fried clams ai 
pizza with Carla, Judy, 
Pauline will readily save h 
vacations. Julie spends h 
spare time working in Grov 
Cronin's. She hopes to attei 
business school and become 
secretary in the future. 





CHRISTINE MURPHY 
119 Colonial Avenue 
College 

This blue-eyed cheerleader 
came to W.H.S. from South 
Junior. Chris enjoys chemistry 
with Mr. Morang and eating 
pizza with Linda, Roberta, 
Ann, and Sue. Conceited boys 
and overdue letters rate very 
low with Chris, whose hob- 
bies include talking on the 
phone and sorority meetings. 
Chris looks forward to the 
University of Massachusetts or 
LaSell. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



JAMES MURPHY 
19 Plympton Street 
Business 

"Don't rush me!" cr 
"Murph" when pushed out 
bed in the morning . . 
ually found fiddling with 
tape recorder with To 
"Chipps", "Stud", and Ron 
. . . enjoys typing class w 
Miss Tahaney . . . steak 
pizza also find a warm sj 
in his heart . . . will go ii 
the Marines or become a bri 
layer. 



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October, I960 
Ked Sox Slugger Zed Williams Retires Jrom ftaseball 




E LA INF. NATOLI 
109 Pine Street 
Bush 

Blue-eyed Elaine, who came to 
\V U.S. from South Junior. 
loves history' classes and en- 
joys eating ravioli and I 
clams with Pat. Marie, Janet. 
and Nancy. Her favorite 
pastime is dancing. Elaine 
hopes to become a private 

secretary 

Attivititi Mirror Stafl >; Hip 

Squad I. 



I'll IK Ml MI 
■ l si Street 
Maynard 
I cat >i.d 

Hazel-eyed Pete enjoys eating 
cabbage rolls and steak with 
Ron. Larry, and Charles . . . 
can be seen riding his motor 
cycle and playing hockey . . . 
plans to go into the carpen- 
try trade. 





PATRK I A NOB] I 
i E8 Pitt Street 

Spaghetti and tried i lams are 
musts tor blue-cyed I'm 
I cracj and playing rec- 

ords top her list of favorites 
P. it. who dislikes lomeitcd 
boys, is usually seen with 

Nancy, Janet Blaine, and Bti 

bara H( It of link at business 

college! 

in: M i; Pep 

Squad I, 



ROBERTA NOK1 

I 

Brown-eyed 'Bert" came to 
\\ n S fron n irth 1 

Miss Hirst s chcmisfr. 

i, and tried ilams rate 

high with Bert Receiving 

uc lettel this pert 

Who h Utend a 

junior i idua- 

I d link. Bert' 

Pep 



1 Y\\ OBI KIV 
61 A 

Bttfr 

Oh. bradM 

\ ol 
I ' nnic. 

Marjorie, and Joan share her 
|,<\< ind lob 

This will s 

care 



BARBARA O HRU \ 
- et 

in/c lohs* ng dem- 

ocracy »itr 

Helcne. and 1 ll •»ifure 

plan i* to be a denta 

ist Bot 



69 



United Nations Convene . . . Speakers Jnelude England's 
Prime Minister Marold MacMittan . . . 




LEONARD O'BRIEN 

29 Gorham Street 
College 

Boston College is seen in the 
future for brown-eyed Lenny, 
who can often be found eat- 
ing spaghetti and Chinese food 
with Ronny, Billy, Charlie, and 
Jimmie. Lenny hopes to major 
in math next year at college. 
Best of luck! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Talent Show 
3; W.H.S. Representative to Stu- 
dent Government Day at State 
House 4. 



JANET O'CONNELL 

25 Beal Road 

College 

Enthusiastic Jan rates U.S. 

history and Chinese food as 

"not bad!" . . . people who 

come too early are not warmly 

received . . . Judy, Shirley and 

Barbara know that Jan wishes 

to attend college. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3; Class 

Secretary 2; Maroon Squad 4; 

Mirror Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



WILLIAM ODONNELL 

37 Glen Circle 
College 

"That's how the cookie 
crumbles," is a sign that Bill 
is around. People who call 
him "Willy" irritate this 
senior, who can always be 
found talking about cars with 
Moose, Dave, Lenny, and Don. 
Washing his Mercury and eat- 
ing fried chicken rate tops 
with Bill. A career in engin- 
eering after Northeastern is 
in the future. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Mirror 
Staff 4; Audio-Visual Staff 4. 



WILLIAM OHARA 

726 South Street 

College 

Bill hails from North Junio 

High. Math tops his list o 

favorite subjects . . . friend 

around campus include Bill; 

and Dupey. 





DANIEL O'MARA 
26 Waverly Oaks Road 
College 

Blue-eyed Danny enjoys dem- 
ocracy classes at Waltham 
High. Swimming and eating 
roast beef and Irish stew rate 
high with this senior, who can 
be seen in the corridors with 
Larry, Ray, Bob, and Tommy. 
Danny hopes to attend Har- 
vard. 
Activities: Swimming Team 3, 4. 



DAVID O'NEILL 

18 Munroe Avenue 
Vocational 
Blue-eyed Davy likes Irish 
stew and English, but talka- 
tive girls are definitely not 
"choice." Football, of course, 
is "choice." A career in the 
service is Davy's goal. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; News- 
paper 4; Monitor 4. 



70 



1 




. West Germany's Chancellor Konrad Adenauer . 




JOANNE ORDILE 
27 Woburn Street 
Business 

"You devil!" exclaims "Pea- 
nuts," peeved by drivers who 
drive too fast around corners 
. . . may be seen eating pizza 
and steak with Carmela, Carol, 
Donna, and Sandy . . . plans 
to attend a business school 
after graduation from WHS. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 4; Main 
Office Staff 3. 



MARIE ORFICE 
28 Galen Street 
Business 

Marie spends her spare time 
cutting her sister's hair. After 
graduation she plans to own 
and operate her own business. 
She may be found eating some 
of her favorite Italian dishes 
with Elaine, Sally, Marie, 
Barbara, and the boys of IV 
DAB. Best of luck in the 
future! 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 2; Mirror Staff 
4; Mr. Husson's Staff 4. 





ROSAWI OKI AN DO 

JOO Trepelo Road 

Huh!" exclaims cheerful 

Rosanne. who may be seen 

horseback ruling with Candy. 

Rosemary, Michele, and Anna 

enjoys rating Chinese 

food and pi./.i in her spare 
time future plan I 

attend a hairdressing school 



LENOR1 <>l II I II II 

:i WeStOQ Street 

Coll, 

Brown eved Lee can be I 

sasin, v am I sup; 

to know H >•■••: ( • none 

knows that she is a k>hstcr 

Imcr Dancing and listening 

to records with Elinore, Linda. 

and Tricia make her day com 

plett eai will find Lee 

at IBM School 

Dr imi' 
Mf • Bnsincn Sttff 4; P*p 
Squad y t. R Represent* • 

tisr 



\«>l II \ OUELL1 111 
:i Weston Mrect 
Colli 

"Kitty greets her friends 
Anna. Flo Laura, and Nancr 
with What do This 

former North lumontc rel 
ishes spaghetti and steak 

careful post «ard collectoi 
will don a nurses tap after 
uatmn 

Business 
4. I iSrirr Council 



. Hi OWENS 

18 I ret 

•si 
ve got a 
Dave The I 
se coffee 
-i| 
frier hat 

is closed, it s the 
amateur mechan 



sass 
I Ranch 
and against 
rd 

TKT this 



71 



. . . Md Prime Minister Nehru of Mia 




ROBERT PAGLIERANI 
51 Doty Street 
College 

Brown-eyed "Pago" enjoys 
gym and eating roast beef and 
pizza with Dick and Dan . . . 
abhors the thought of writing 
compositions . . . plans to at- 
tend Northeastern University 
to study electrical engineering 
after graduating from W.H.S. 



RICHARD PANTENELLA 
48 Gregory Street 
College 

While "Pants" favorite pas- 
time is girls, he sometimes 
tears himself away from them 
long enough to eat Chinese 
food or pizza. Book reports 
are classified as "strictly ta- 
boo." He will go into electri- 
cal engineering at North- 
eastern. "Pazo" Frankie, Jim, 

and Sandy are his friends. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Supply 
Staff 3; Red Cross Representative 
3; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



WILLIAM PAQUETTE 
23 Dix Street 
College 

Good-natured Bill enjoys 
working on cars in his spare 
time . . . friends include 
Jackie, Dickie, Artie, and 
Butch . . . hopes to be an 
automotive technician after 
graduation. Good luck in the 
future, Bill! 



CHARLES PARKINSON 
121 Lake Street 
Technical 

Charlie, a former Nort! 
Juniorite, enjoys eating ham 
burgers and lemon meringui 
pies, "Don't wait until to 
morrow to do what you cai 
today," is his cry to Fred 
Scott, Dennis, and Kenny . . 
dislikes the idea of no park 
ing lot at W.H.S. ... ha 
decided on a career as ; 
mechanical engineer after grad 
uation. 





ANNA PASQUALI 
98 Weston Street 
Business 

This former North Juniorite 
relishes spaghetti and pizza 
. . . law lover . . . merrily 
bowls with Janice, Dora, Jo- 
anne, and Rina . . . will be 
on "Cloud Nine" as an airline 
hostess. 



72 



FLORENCE PATTI 
258 Bacon Street 
College 

Amiable Flo is one of th 
most active girls in the schoo 
She is most commonly foun 
with Marilyn, Bill, Helei 
Rolf, and "Pagalomer." Flo 
ence plans to study journalist 
at Emmanuel College. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, ' 
Executive Committee 4; Debatin 
Club 4; Mirror Literary Editor ' 
Class Day Usher 3; Graduatio 
Usher 3; Latin Club Usher ; 
National Honor Society 3, l 
A.F.S. Club 3; Junior Red Cro 
4; Kingsbury Temperance Essa 
Winner 3; Open House Usher < 
National Merit Scholarship Letti 
Of Commendation 4; Presidenti; 
Essay Contest Winner 4; Cla: 
Prophecy Writer 4. 



p 



September 19, 1960 
Khruschev Demands Replacement of U.ft. Secretary General "Dag Jiammarskjotd 




FREDRICK PAZZANO 
521 Lexington Street 
College 

Scootering about town on his 
Lambretta 175, industrious 
Fred continually exhorts his 
compatriots. Lenny. Dick, and 
Bill, to observe his motto 
"Society arrives late." Fred 
plans to attend Bowdoin Col- 
lege followed by Harvard 
Business School. Best of luck 
in the future ' 

Actuates: National Honor Society 
3. 1. Vice-President; Mirror Co- 
editor-in-Chief 4; Latin Club 2, 
3, 4, Executive Committee 4; 
German Club 3. i; Ritle Club 2; 
Language Lab Staff t; Class Day 
Marshal 3; Open House Usher 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



NANCY PELLEGRINO 

21 Roberts Road 
Business 

Nancy cries, "Gee whiz" at 
the thought of quiet study 
periods . . . often seen eating 
pizza and steak with Char- 
lotte, Susan, Pat. and Donna 
skillful skater . future 
medical secretary or nurse. 
Actttilits: Girls' v Mr. 

Husson's Staff 4. 





RONALD PLRC Y 

B7 W«m uk Avenue 

Basil 

Paul. Rennie. Skip. .ind 

Gcorgl share Ronnie's opinion 

of conceited girls Ronnie 

neser M] get it when 

offered Chin M food <>r 

Typing is his favorite subnet 

,.t \v H S will don I 

uniform after graduation 



\\ M l KID PEPITAS 

102 Weston Str 

n not dribbling the ball 
into the basket, blue eyed Bill 
tan be found with Rav. Bill, 
anil I r c huge 

amounts of ptaxa and sizzling 
steaks This future State 
• • - . 

th with Mr Cur 
■ 
ball ! 



( HARLOT H 
PHI1 BRK K 

eet 

i want t 

lame, put : 
and lobster nes> the 

table art 

»ith her When 
is. and 
Bunm ask about her future 
plan- I that 

she wants to be a dental hv 

st 



( LI F FORD PII 
II Brook Am 

fan 

• 
full of it 
roast bee f he 
- terxial »• 



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73 



September 28, 1960 

fourteen flew Nations Mwttted to the U.fl. 




PATRICIA PIPER 

62 Taylor Street 

Business 

Brown-eyed Patty can be seen 

enjoying English with Janet, 

Nancy, Pat, and Elaine . . . 

tops on her list are steak and 

pizza . . . dislikes people who 

don't like red hair . . . future 

plans include attending art 

school. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; Mr. 

Husson's Staff 4; Main Office 

Staff 3. 



DAVID PITTMAN 
9 Douglas Road 
Vocational 

One . . . two . . . thrrree! As 
Dave will tell you weight lift- 
ing is not the easiest thing in 
the world, but it's more fun 
than homework. Spaghetti and 
shop are tops too with this 
future print shop employee. 
Much luck, Dave! 
Activities: Mirror Staff 4; Graphic 
Arts "Career Day" Representative 
3. 



GERALD PITTARINO 
291 School Street 
College 

"Pitt," who spends his extra 
hours at work, previously at- 
tended North Junior High 
. . . always willing to eat 
spaghetti and banana splits 
with his friends, Muff, Elf, 
Carbon, Dave . . . plans to 
attend Northeastern Universi- 
ty and study business adminis- 
tration after graduation. 
Activities: Football 3; Cafeteria 
Squad 3. 



RICHARD POMEROY 
205 Chestnut Street 
College 

Dick doesn't really trust wo 
men drivers and makes ever 
effort to stay out of their way 
This former South Junioriti 
aims high; he plans to becorru 
an aviator. His many friend: 
include Dick, Charlie, anc 
Jerry. 





SCOTT POWER 
19 Edwin Road 
College 

Scotty can be seen bowling or 
eating fried clams or turkey 
with friends, Don, Dan, 
Charlie, and Kevin . . . dis- 
likes complaining employers 
. . . future plans include at- 
tending Boston College and a 
math career. Lots of luck, 
Scotty ! 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Golf 
Team 4. 



PATRICIA POWERS 
81 Francis Street 
Business 
Brown-eyed Pat enjoys frie 
chicken and strawberry short 
cake with Cookey, Sandy 
Monda, and Judy . . . favorit 
subject is English and fa 
vorite pastime is records . 
plans to be a secretary. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Ski Clu 
4; Girls' Sports 2; Cafeteria Squa 
4; Mr. Husson's Staff 3; Mai 
Office Staff 4; Pep Squad 4 
Graduation Usher 3; Nationa 
Honor Society 3, 4. 



74 



. . . Among Zhem the Congo, Ced by President Joseph Kasavubu 





PATRICIA PROPHET 
135 Riverview Avenue 
Business 

"You wouldn't kid me," ex- 
claims Patsy to Cynthia, Deb- 
by, and Shirley . . . enjoys 
steak and potatoes ... fa- 
vorite pastime is sewing . . . 
plans to attend hairdressing 
school in the future. Good 
luck, Patsy ! 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show i. 



DIANE PUGSLEY 
16 Brigham Road 

College 

Brown-eyed "Dee" can be seen 
with friends, Sylvia. Joyce, 
Linda, and Barb . . . dislikes 
school lunches . . . food fa- 
vorites are spaghetti and lob- 
ster . favorite pastimes are 
swimming, da nunc, and sail- 
ing .. . plans to become an 
airline hostess. 

Ailnitif Dramatics Club 4; 
Girls' Sports 3; Talent Show 3." 





I 



DAVIH PURDY 
91 Cushing Stret t 
Bush 

man!" s.ivs Dave to 
Roger, Billy. Jimmy, and Ron- 
nie . . topi on his list are 
fried chit ken and baked beans 
. . . plans m the future to 
enter the Air Force Most of 
luck, Dave ' 
Atlirilitl tiiskethall Trim 




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SA1 I v PI ["NAM 

210 Dal 

:\ asked what her favorite 
subiect is. Sallv wh spcrv 

It | 
Mane. Anna. Flame, and Jane 
lmow il procedure 

People who borrow homework 
arc certainly not friends of 
Sallv Her future goal 
attend a hotel management 
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JOHN OI'ARAN 

n Road 

much homework ar 
"Gus. but spaghetti and ; 
reallv rate 
about batch* 1 1 with Bi+ 

plans to enter the business 
world in the future 



Ro*d 

Friendly, blue-ered 

vour lim rr 

an count on 
^ hen no* 
planng the trumpet he 
iind devour if 

Ton-- of 

Pete Bett ot the future 

-M Shorn : 



75 



. Awty Strong-M<M CoL Joseph Mobutu 





CARMELA RADOSTA 

14 Indian Road 

Business 

"Oh, well!" exclaims "Millie" 

to Judy, Joanne, Janet, and 

Carol . . . enjoys lobster and 

pizza . . . favorite subjects are 

English and history . . . plans 

to become a legal or medical 

secretary. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 

Girls' Sports 2; Maroon Squad 

4; Home Room Representative 2; 

Newspaper Staff 2; Mr. Husson's 

Staff 2; Library Council 4; Talent 

Show 4. 



SALVATORE RAGNO 

105 Winter Street 

Cambridge 

Vocational 

Sal says, "A penny saved is a 

penny earned," but he doesn't 

mind spending a few pennies 

on coffee and doughnuts or 

the movies. After graduation 

Sal plans to become a metal 

correction technician. 



SANDRA RALLIS 

162 Weston Street 

College 

Brown-eyed Sandra enjoys 

Latin at W.H.S. . . . attends 

D. S. Sorority meetings with 

Susanne, Roberta, and Pat . . . 

will study foreign languages 

in college. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 

Student Council 2; Mirror Literary 

Staff 4; Talent Show 4; Class 

Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 

3; Junior Red Cross 4; National 

Honor Society 3, 4. 



CHARLES RAMSEY 
6 Orange Street 
Vocational 

Green-eyed Charlie can be 
found at the movies or enjoy- 
ing coffee and doughnuts. Af- 
ter graduation this South Jun- 
ior alumnus plans to go into 
the service. Good luck, Char- 
lie! 




ne(U 




JANICE RECINE 
119 Charles Street 
Business 

"You said it," says Jan to 
Carol, Ann, Pat, and Paul . . . 
enjoys pizza and clams . . . 
favorite pastimes include list- 
ening to music and walking 
. . . Jan plans on an office 
job in the future. Lots of luck, 
Jan! 
Activities: Newspaper Staff. 3. 



EDWARD REED 
63 Greenwood Lane 
College 

Blue-eyed Eddie goes for steak 
and chicken in a big way. 
His favorite pastime is swim- 
ming with the boys, Terry, 
Jack, Robin, Fred. Ed's plans 
for the future include attend- 
ing Springfield College to be- 
come a physical education 

teacher. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Swimming 3, 4; Talent Show 2. 



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Md Ousted Premier Patrice Cumumba 




SYLVIA REESE 
21 Grosvenor Road 
College 

Sylvia can be seen enjoying 
chicken chow mein and pizza 
with Diane, Nancy, and Carole 
Ann . . . enjoys English . . . 
favorite hobby is photography 
. . . plans to attend Boston 
University in the future and 
become a French teacher. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 2; 
Cheerleader 3; Glee Club 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Cafeteria Squad 
2; Newspaper Staff 3; Library 
Council I; Talent Show 2; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



VIRGINIA REILLY 
1 (7 Riverview Avenue 
College 

Popular and pretty "Ginny" 
may be heard asking. "Have 
I got room to faint?" of Frank, 
Judy, Mary Anne, Carmela, 
and Janice. Getting up in the 
morning is rather hard for this 
lover of sliced ham sand- 
wiches . . . plans to attend 
Boston College or Framing- 
ham State. Best of luck, Gin- 
ny! 

Actuates: Dramatics Club 2, 3; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Girls' Sports 2; 
Pep Squad 3; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2. 





ROBERTA RESTIER1 
68 2 Beavei Strict 

Anticipating I career in teach- 
ing, blur-eyed Roberta "bones 
up' in Mr. Hood's English 
class with friends, Sue, Sandra. 
and Karen "D S s rority" 
rates as her favorite pastime. 
Att'n : utics t lub 2. 3. 

< ouncil 2; Maroon 
Squad I. Ncwvp.ipcr Stiff t. Red 
' Representative I, \; Talent 

Show :. |; Open H l"<her 

2; Class Pi. l/sha V 



W il ! [AM Kl Y\ni DS 

!.ill.ird V 
Colli 
Bill Came to us from Chelsea 

High likes to eat 

ghetti and meatballs 
friends include Bob. Al. I 
and Tonv Bill pl.ms to attend 
an art school .ind |oin the 
service m the future 



THOMAS RHOl 

There s never room for dull- 
ness with fun lovmg Tom, 
who fixes cars in his spare 
time His friends include Al. 
Dick. Gory, an. : Af- 

ter graduation Tom plans to 
loin the Ar Force H 
flvmg. Tom 1 



El IBM I RI< HI LS 
12 Cabot Road 

' 

tined for in the field 

: 
IV Herb. \ 
na. and Ken find that Elliott 
shines in German but d - 
anv form of immatur 



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October 4, 1960 

Slectra Crashes in Boston 



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PATRICIA RIGOLI 
55 Loretta Road 
Business 

Petite "Trisha" enjoys ravioli 
and fried chicken with friends, 
Jackie, Eileen, and Barbara 
dislikes conceited 
people . . . favorite pastimes 
are horseback riding, skindiv- 
ing, and bowling . . . plans to 
become a hairdresser in the 
future. Good luck, "Trisha" ! 
Activities: Talent Show 4. 



BERNADINE RISTUCCIA 
67 Berkley Street 
College 



"Yea, team, 



yea! 



cheers 



"Birdie" with Les, Ann, Sue, 
and Sandy . . . enjoys spaghetti 
. . . pastimes include cheering 
and clubs . . . hopes in the 
future to attend Forsyth and 
become a dental hygienist. Lots 
of luck, "Birdie." 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Drama- 
tics Club 3; Ski Club 3; Cheer- 
leader 4; Maroon Squad 4; Mirror 
Staff 4; 210 Staff 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Open House 
Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3. 



KEVIN RITCEY 
83 Cherry Street 
College 

Having a home room on the 
third floor bothers Kev . . . 
fish and green beans are fa- 
vorites on his menu. David, 
James, Tony, and Bill will 
get free meals when Kev goes 
into the fish business. 



ANN RIVERS 
3 Russell Street 
Business 

"How about some fried 
clams?" cries Ann to friends, 
Judy, Monda, Donna, and Pat. 
Conceited people definitely do 
not rate a slice of pizza when 
this future secretary is serving. 
Ann, who always enjoys book- 
keeping, hopes to attend even- 
ing insurance school after 
graduation. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 3. 








BONNIE ROBERTSON 
16 Vernon Street 
College 

Cute "Bubbles" dislikes peo- 
ple who say something and 
then don't do it. "Tell me 
another one," Bubbles ex- 
claims to Nancy and Lynda 
while doing physics homework 
or watching TV. As a nurse 
Bubbles will prescribe fried 
clams and turkey to her 
patients. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; 
Girls' Sports 2; Newspaper Staff 
4; Mirror Literary Staff 4; Senior 
Band 2, 3; Talent Show 2. 4. 



BARBARA ROCHON 
168 Lake Street 
Business 

Blue-eyed "Babs" can be seen 
around the campus with Pa- 
tricia, Janet, Janice, and 
Elaine. Her biggest troubles 
are getting stepped on by taller 
people and trying to get 
enough spaghetti. "Babs" en- 
joys office procedure classes 
and record playing . . . hopes 
to become a secretary at Boston 
College. 



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October, I960 

\fankees ?ire baseball's Winningest Manager, Casey Stengel 




WILLIAM RODRIGl I S 

5chool Street 
College 

Bill can be found on the bas- 
ketball court scoring points 
for W.H.S . . . discusses 
sports action with pals, 
Woody, Tony. Dick and Mac 
Bill plans to attend college 
in the future 
Activities: Basketball 2, 
Colt 3. 4. Track 3. -4; Talent 
Show i. 



ELIZABETH ROM 

200 Trapclo Road 
Buum i i 

Liz enjoys typing at WHS. 
. . . Pat, Paula. Elaine, or 
Jean are often seen around 
her typewriter . . . spaghetti 
and turkey ring a bell with 
her . . . plans to attend busi- 
ness school after graduation. 
Acliuliis: Pep Squad 3; Kin^s- 
burv Temperance Fund Grand 
Prize Winner *. 





PATRK FA AWI ROY 

55 Robbins Street 

h : 

Pat can be found looking piz- 
za and lasagna for friends. 
Barbara, Mary, Carolyn and 
Carole , . hopes to hear wed- 
ding bells m the near future 
1 luck, Pat! 

Attn in, i Girls' Sports *. I. 

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l\\ I RI< I A ( I ARI ROY 
J 2 Prent; 

Blue-eyed Pat eniovs swim- 
ming, skating, and writing 
Utters Her many friends in- 
clude Cilia. Ela>ne. ' 
i l*ude< 

to become a physical therapist 
after graduation CuxkI luck. 
Pat! 



IN \l n RUDMAN 
n Road 

n be heard saung. 
That looks like I 

i. Dave, and Ken 
eniovs buildii I planes 

and roast beef Al 

ah his plans for the fu- 
ture are uncertain, we wish 
him the I ck 



BARBARA >N 

to 

ida. Tnsha. and 

! when tbcv <tart talk- 

( lot :■' 

to piz/a and Ftcnih fries 
hears weddins bells in the 
futur I k. 



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September, 7960 

future Zeackets of America Club Jormed at W.MS. 





CYNTHIA RUSSELL 
26 Park Street 
College 

Cinny enjoys designing and 
sewing her clothes 
hopes to attend the Modern 
School of Fashion and De- 
sign. Steak and pizza will al- 
ways be the fashion for her. 
Her many friends include 
Debby, Mary Anne, Roberta, 
and Judy. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3; Student Council 2; 
Maroon Squad 4; Mirror Repre- 
sentative 3; Pep Squad 2. 3. 4. 
President 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club Play 3; AFS Ex- 
change Committee 3. 



MICHAEL RUSSO 
109 Marlborough Road 
College 

Blue-eyed "Tony" may often 
be seen with his friends, Ray, 
Fred, Ken, Eddie, Terry, and 
Michael . . . enjoys French 
classes and listening to jazz 
records . . . hopes to attend 
Holy Cross and then enter 
business administration. Good 

luck, Tony! 

Activities: Home Room Repre- 
sentative 3; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2. 3; Mirror Advertis- 
ing 4; Football Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Senior Play 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 



CHARLES RYAN 
60 Dorchester Road 
Business 

Charlie, a great outdoorsman, 
plans to fulfill his life-time 
ambition of joining the Air 
Force . . . would love meat- 
balls, subs, and pizza for his 
rations. His chums include 
Tigor, Pando, Frank, and 
Dave. Best of luck, Charlie! 
Activities: Rifle Club 4; Cafeteria 
Squad 4. 



YVONNE SAMSON 
34 Upton Road 
Business 

It's only natural 1 
"Frenchy" should ac 
French pastry. Nor does 
mind eating a juicy steak v 
Anna, Pat, Irene and Barb 
This brown-eyed business 
jor enjoys typing but wo 
like to abolish long tests. 1 
on graduation from Mansf 
Academy it's "Hail, 1^ 
York" for "Frenchy." 
Activities: Mr. Husson's Stafl 
Open House Usher 4. 



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ALBERT SANTORO 
1151 Trapelo Road 
Vocational 

If you ask him, Al just might 
give you a cool tune or two 
on his sax. The best reward 
for a well played number is 
a steak or a submarine sand- 
wich. After a chorus or two 
of education Al will go into 
electronics engineering. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4. 




WOODROW SAVAGE 

215 Felton Street 

College 

Popular "Woody" en 

math best at W.H.S. . . . 

likes climbing school s 

. . . friends include Dick, 

and Bill . . . future plans 

elude college. Good 

Woody ! 

Activities: Football 4; Track 1 

3, 4; Talent Show 4. 



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September 26 — October 21 

Kennedy andfiixoH K at tie Jt Out in dour television Debates 




CYNTHIA SAWIN 
46 Derby Street 
College 

Cheerful Cinny . . . seen in 
business law or class with 
Pat. Eileen. Betty. Ann. and 
Jackie . . . dislikes flirts . . . 
loves pizza and chicken . . . 
"Oh no!" heard quite often 
when she misses a chance to 
swim or bowl . . . hopes to 
become a hairdresser in the 
future. Best of luck, Cinny! 



MONDA SAWYER 

37 Prospect Street Avenue 

Business 

Pert Monda came to us from 
North Junior via Thornton 
Academy in Saco. Maine Dur- 
ing a study period fire drills 
are strictly thumbs down for 
this lass. Monda is seen 
around the halls of WHS. 
with Sandra. Patty. Connie, 
and Nancy In the future her 
plans include a secretarial job. 
Good luck. Monda. 
Activititi Ski Club 4; Girls' 
Sports 2; Cafeteria Squad • 
Mr. Husson's Staff }; Pep Squad 





RICHARD S< ANiON 
Bruce Road 

"Dick" dislikes petting up in 
tin morning can be 

found working on his car 
with buddies, Joe, Raw Fred, 
and Tom steak and dams 

rate with him looking tor 

ward to college after gradua- 
tion 

'•*'"' Ium..r 

Prom Committee >; Talent Show 
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IOHN S< ARM IT 
itreet 

I i ..■ - >/.// 
Blue-eyed Johttfl 
corn beef and iahh 

stuck up girls are definite- 
:f his list Baseball and 
math head his list <>f p.nt 
After graduation John will go 
into the N'.iw and th< 
career in printing Good luek. 
John ' 



NAN< V -I Ml • 

6V. Street 

Pretr 

plan lie a teacher, but 

at present she it to 

sit in English drea 

hot nd ha- 

Kathv. Dune. Butch. 

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-I NNI IT 
Street 

nted M 

irooi and cheese, and 
baked beans in 

when she I 

to people »ho h 

are Barbara, and Pat. an 
the future she h hinc 

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November 8, 7960 

Americans Vote Democratic Zicket 



. Sleet flack Kennedy President . . 




SANDRA SESSI 
53 Oakley Lane 

College 

"Yea, Waltham" yells peppy 
Sandy, as she cheers for 
W.H.S. Mr. Dwyer's English 
Class rates a loud hooray with 
her, too . . . fellow yellers 
include Dottie, Patty, Birdie, 
and Leslie. Sandy hopes to be 
behind the teacher's desk in 
an elementary school class- 
room in the not too distant 
future. Keep cheering! 
Activities: Dramatics Club 4; Ski 
Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Student 
Council 2; Maroon Squad 4; 
Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
3; Talent Show 3; Class Day 
Usher 3. 



PAUL SIMEONE 
309 River Street 
College 

Popular Paul finds a lunch of 
pizza and chicken salad sand- 
wiches to his liking . . . usual- 
ly seen with Tony, Charlie, 
Ed, and Donnie . . . hopes to 
attend Northeastern after grad- 
uation. 



CHARLES SKINNER 
205 Brown Street 
Technical 

Likeable Charlie wants to enter 
the field of electronic engineer- 
ing . . . enjoys advanced math, 
fried clams, and steak . . . can 
be found roaming the hallowed 
halls of W.H.S. with Paul, 
Lenny, or Gordon. Best of 

luck, Charlie! 

Activities: Track Team 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Red Cross. 



THOMAS SMITH 

335 Newton Street 
College 

"There's a bunch of Kan-ook 
exclaims "Smitty" to huntir 
pals, Paul, Jerry, and Kennetl 
At the sound of sizzling stes 
his hazel eyes light up and coi 
tinue to sparkle until he toj 
off this favorite food with 
lemon meringue pie. "Smitty 
who also enjoys reading, hop 
to attend Boston College upc 
graduation and later go in 
government work. 



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JANET SMITH 
121 Pine Street' 
Business 

Jan enjoys her business sub- 
jects at W.H.S. . . . close 
friends include Pat, Barbara, 
Elaine, and Julie. Her future 
plans include office work. Best 
of luck, Jan. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4; 
Girls' Sports 2; Mr. Husson's 
Staff 3; Pep Squad 2, 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



DAVID SMITH 
83 Woodland Road 
College 

Popular "Smitty" enjoyed En^ 
lish at W.H.S. ... can 
found eating steak with pal 
Jim, Vinnie, Bud, and "tr 
Panda" . . . Dartmouth and 
career in writing are what he 
looking forward to. Best 
luck, Smitty! 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Rif 
Club 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 
Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4. 



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Zexas Senator Cyndon & Johnson Vice President 




ELAINE SOBERG 

16 Derby Street 

/)'// 1 <m i i" 

Blue-eyed "Chubs" . . . seen 

around the office with Nancy, 

Sandra, Carla, and Carol . . . 

thumbs down on snobs . . . 

"What is this madness" heard 

quite often . . . loves pizza 

and steak . . . hopes for office 

work in future. Good luck, 

Elaine' 

/li /// ilia Cii 

Library Council 2, 3, -i; Talent 



SI SAN SOLI - 
25-B Dermody Ro.id 

Sweet Sue sets her blue eyes 
on a teaching career. At pres- 
ent French verbs swim into 
her view, closely followed by 
pals. Judy, Noreen, and Na- 
dine. When she spys a con- 
ceited girl, Susie says, "Oh, 
dear!" Luck always, Sue. 

Attiiiliti German Club 2; Girls' 

a 2. }; Mirt 210 

-i; Pep Squad i, 4: Greek Club -); 

Future Teachers nf America Club 





CLAUDETT1 SOOK1 \\ 

\ nue 

Clan i "thumbs down" 

on home* S ind- 

wi< h< - and sh shkirxib with 
her friends, Diane. Marsha. 
Jean, and Pat One of her 
ambition-, is to own I 
M (, 

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NADFf W-sKI 

• l \ 

Gret me came to 

us from Waltham Junior 
okkeeping is high on 
her list . are 

Chin »l and li>* 

V bara 

arc seen often with this pert 
miss Future plan uiine 

include a secretarial |ob after 
graduation 
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\2 W 

' people will get no 

ike fron 
chef, although h 

-ha reel by Peter 
Ronnie, and ' 

on 

I'pnn era. hut on he hop- 



R<MI MAUI HI MR 

Hailing from HeidcIS 
manv. Rolf, our 

• 
and music but is annnved hs 

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Rolf 









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Contractor $okn J. Volpe Sleeted Qovemor of Massachusetts 




KEVIN STANKARD 
17 Edwin Road 
College 

"No homework tonight!" ex- 
claims Kevin joyfully to his 
fishing friends. Art, Don, 
Brent, and Dave. This fried 
chicken loving future doctor 
becomes dismayed when the 
gas gauge of the car reads 
empty but quickly perks up at 
the mention of history. Much 
success in your future career, 
Kevin. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Rifle 
Club 2. 



DONALD STARBIRD 
129 College Farm Road 
Bus i nt r f 

"You bet your life," says Don 
as he explains the virtues of 
his favorite subject, law, to 
his friends, Dan, Scott, Jim, 
and Dick. This blue-eyed 
Watertown High import also 
likes bowling. Even after Don 
has gone to business school, 
he will still enjoy eating pizzas 
and clams. 



SANDRA STEELE 
5 Kingston Road 
College 

Cute Sandy enjoys history tre- 
mendously. Joannie, Sandy, 
Diane, and Lee are seen con- 
stantly with this miss. When 
she is not eating Chinese 
food, Sandy loves attending 
sorority- The University of 
Massachusetts is included in 
her future plans. Best of luck, 
Sandy. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Newspaper 
Staff 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4. 



GORDON STEVENS 
266 Crescent Street 
Vocational 

Steve is a boy who likes 
to keep on the go, spending 
his leisure hours bowling, 
dancing, or just walking. 
Drawing and sketching are 
two hobbies that occupy his 
sitting time. Steak and choco- 
late pie are on the top of 
his menu. Steve will go into 
construction work after grad- 
uation. 





DONALD STEVENSON 
9 Byron Road 
Technical 

Don, who doesn't mind eating 
lobsters and clam rolls with 
friends, Frank, Charlie, and 
Dave, would rather do with- 
out chem lab. He will long 
remember Mr. Lynch's stimu- 
lating math classes. This fu- 
ture architect hopes to attend 
Rhode Island School of De- 
sign. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 4; Track 3, 4; Class 
Vice-President i-; Cafeteria Squad 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Class 
Play 4. 



SANDRA STORER 

33 Cunningham Circle 
Business 

Friendly "Sandy" takes time 
out from eating spaghetti and 
roast beef to study shorthand 
. . . enjoys her activities in 
Rainbow . . . pals include 
Nancy, Linda, and Doris . . . 
hopes to be a secretary. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 4; Talent Show 4. 



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Ceverett Saltonstall Ke- Sleeted U.S. Senator from Massaekusetts 




ROBERT STREMECKUS 
101 Stow Street 
Vocational 

"How about that!" says 
"Shorty." "How about" tur- 
key, chicken, and spaghetti or 
"how about" drawing, hunt- 
ing, or recording. Blue-eyed 
Bob plans on a career draw- 
ing schematics. "How about 
that!" 




KIN'NETH SUMNER 
16 Cutter Strict 
Bm ■• 

Blue-eyed lad who enjoys law 
. . . wishes he didn't have to 
wear string ties usually 

seen with Bill, Jackie. Larry, 
Peter. Don, and Phil . . . 
could eat pizza and chicken 
until his dying day . hopes 
to go on to col legi 



WILLIAM SILLIVAN 
25 Harland Road 
College 

"Dux femina facti," admon- 
ishes tall, blue-eyed Bill, presi- 
dent of the Latin Club, to 
"amicis," Fred, Kevin, Rich- 
ard, Florence, and Marilyn. 
Friendly Bill enjoys biology at 
WHS. but dislikes sharing 
lockers . . . happiest when 
playing the organ ... a 
career in medicine is foreseen 
in the future. 

Activities: Latin Club 2. 3. 4. 
President 4; Debating Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 2. 3; Rifle Club 
\iirrot Business Staff 3; 
Af/rror Business Co-Editor 4; 
A.F.S. Semi-finalist 3; Greek 
Club 4. 





ROB! Kl >A\ All.W 
Hi: Moody Street 

Clllli 

What' Are you some kind 
of nut or something-''' brown- 
eyed Bob does not s.iv to 
"amis. " Al. Dick, and Kev 
Even after Bob has become 
a famous physician, he will 
remember the invigorating 
' S lustorv t lasses at W.H.S 
He eniovs eating steak and 
fried chicken but dislikes get- 
ting up early in the morning 



RITH s\\ I 1 1 
81 Ellison Park 

Happy Ruth s kept busv with 
her many club activities . . 
dislikes loud people but en 
cheeseburgers plans 

to become a medical secretary 
Best of luck. Ruth' 

Representative i. Taler • 



I 1 NNART *\\ i\m>\ 
396 Lexingti 

i ht hear-' 
clairrmc to pals. Hill. Fred. 
Brent, and Skip. Si it of 

the rumble seat' After - 
me on his 193" Plymouth, 
Swede eniovs a meal of ; 
and fried clams Mrs Carney"* 

this future mechanic's list 

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Club ' >dlO- 

Visuj 



November 22, 1960 

W.M.S. Class of J 96 J Presents Curtain Going Up 




PHILIP SWENSON 
90 Galen Street 
Technical 

"Why not?" says Phil as he 
orders another piece of apple 
pie a-la-mode. If it weren't 
for physics, there'd be no 
getting him up early in the 
morning. Phil can usually be 
seen in the Ornics room with 
Pete, Fred, Skippy, and Tom. 
Future plans include college 
for this accomplished amateur 
radio-electrician. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3; Elect- 
rical Staff 2, 3; Ornics Club 3, 
4. 



CURTIS TALBOT 

104 Myrtle Street 
College 

Blue-eyed "Curt" complains 
about long walks between 
classes to Dave, Ronnie, Fred, 
and Herb . . . former South 
Juniorite thrives on steak and 
baked ham . . . chess con- 
noisseur .. . . will become a 
mathematician. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Talent 
Show 3; Math Club 3; Orchestra 
2, 3, 4. 



NICHOLAS TAMMARO 
21 Lakeview Avenue 
College 

"Nickey" likes English even 
more than lunch period at 
W.H.S. He dislikes conceited 
girls but considers few girls 
conceited. Baked lobster ranks 
tops with Nick, who hopes to 
enter Northeastern University 
and study engineering. 



JOSEPH TARANTO 

12 Robbins Street 
Business 

Jovial Joe can be seen eating 
pizza and fried clams with 
Dave, Fred, and Joe. Work- 
ing on car rates high with this 
ambitious lad. The armed 
forces are his destination after 
graduation. 



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BRENDA TEDESCO 
72 Francis Street 
Business 

"Little Tedda" focuses her 
brown eyes on law when not 
enjoying pizzas and steaks . . . 
for the future she has sights 
on Chandler School for Wom- 
en. Good luck, "Tedda" ! 
Activities: Mirror Representative 
3; Pep Squad 4; Class Day Usher 
3. 



JOHN TERRASI 
20 Bolton Street 
College 

Brown-eyed John enjoys math 
at W.H.S. . . . also likes well 
cooked steak and chicken . . . 
best friends are Paul and Dick 
. . . plans on a college educa- 
tion. 



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November, 1960 
Major Ceagues Announce Expansion Plans 




CHARLES TERRELL 
76 Parmenter Road 
College 

Busy "Chuck" is held in high 
regard by both the Electrical 
and the Audio-Visual Staffs, 
for he is president of both 
clubs. Besides playing a 
clarinet he enjoys physics. 
"Chuck" hopes to study medi- 
cine at Tufts. 

ActifititJ: German Club 2, 3; 
Electrical Staff 2, 3, 4, President 
4; Audio-Visual Staff 2. 3. 4, 
President 4; Senior Band 2. 3, 4. 



FERENT TICHY 
55V2 Wellington Street 
Vocational 

Brown-eyed "Ocri" came to 
WHS. from Hungary . . . 
willingly shares pizza and 
gulyas with Tom, David, Rog- 
er, and Donald. When asked 
what his pastime is, Ocri re- 
plies. "You know' I watch 
wrestling and play soccer." We 
wish this future machinist 
luck. 





SANDRA TOMAO 

1 I 1 Prospect Street 
Bush 

"What is this madness.''" . . . 
but to Sandee pizza and fried 
clams arc no madness, al- 
though people who call her 
"Tomato arc Chandler 

School tor Women awaits her 
after graduation 
Aim 

Club >. 4. 

Pep Squad 2. 
President 3; Talent Show 
I. Graduation IMir 



FREDERICK TORTOLA 

I Qgton Afreet 

■•Re 
Fred is known for his great 
athletic skill and for his fine 
performance on Waltham's 
football team thinks lunch 

periods are too short . can 
be found enjoying sports with 
Tern. Rav. and Mike . . 
plans to po to college Best 
of luck. Fred! 

4. Trick 



DAVID IOW \I 

{ adworth Asenue 
Colli 

"Reno" enjoys tinkering with 
cars and attending gym cl.- 
He has a pet peeve shared bv 
most of us — homework Dave 
is often seen with Jim. Tottf, 
and M ' a plate of steak 

and French tries Luck ah 
"Re; 



LAI KI \( I W 

N et 

Larry likes historv best at 
W H I . cannot - 

1 or steak . plans to 

the Air Force after grad- 
uation We kn»w he will serve 
our country well 
Aiin ■■' Sraff 4. Science 



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November 25, 1960 
A Son Js Morn to President- Sleet and Wife Jacqueline 



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JOANNE TUCCIO 
916B Main Street 
College 

"Oh, no! not another oral 
talk!" . . . but "Tooch" likes 
pizza, ravioli, and physical 
science as her friends Dottie, 
Elaine, Sheila, Candy, and Ann 
attest. Dancing to her record 
collection hits a high note 
with this brown-eyed lass. Of- 
fice work after graduation is 
right in the groove for 
"Tooch." 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; 
Main Office Staff 3; Talent Show 
3. 



SAM TUCCIO 
231 School Street 
College 

Brown-eyed Sam enjoys biolo- 
gy and building .hi-fi equip- 
ment . . . often seen with 
Bill, Dick or Fred . . . plans 
to continue eating pizza . . . 
wishes to become a teacher 

in the Boston area. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating 
Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 
Representative 3; Science Seminar 
3. 



NANCY TUITE 
145 Bright Street 
Business 

"Toot" ... a green-eyed 
young lady who delights in 
"driving people crazy" . . . 
fried clams and submarines 
rate a loud toot of the horn 
with this future Chandler girl. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 4; 
Girls' Sports 2; Cafeteria Squad 
3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 








NANCY TURNER 
81 Bruce Road 
Business 

"It's a beautiful shot! Right 
on the head-pin." "What did 
you expect from a Rainbow 
girl?" replies Nanc. A sub 
or pizza is her reward. Busi- 
ness school is right down her 
"alley," but she'll keep her 
bowling ball in her desk draw- 
er after she chalks up a job 
as a private secretary. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Mr. Husson's 
Staff 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show 3. 



MICHELE 

TUMMINELLI 
49 Albert Street 
College 

Vivacious "Mickey's" green 
eyes dance at the thought of 
Latin, French, English, and 
art . . . does not enjoy return- 
ing to homeroom after the 
last period . . . "Fabulous, 
or what!" exclaims Mickey 
over cokes with Meredith . . . 
will study French and Italian 
at Emmanuel College. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3; Minor Art 
Staff 3, 4, Editor 4; Pep Squad 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Open House Usher 2, 3. 




RUTH TYREE 
17-3 Garden Circle 
"You're a great help!" is what 
"Debbie" used to say to slow 
people. Not being slow her- 
self, she might type, eat pizza 
or Chinese food, and listen to 
records all at once. Business 
school is in this busy girl's 
future. Keep busy, Ruth! 



December, 1960 
President Kennedy Chooses "flew frontier" Cabinet 




BARRY IRQIHART 
50 Candace Avenue 
Colli 

Remember "Tony" in the sen- 
ior play? That was Barry. 
"Baa" likes plenty of time to 
eat fried chicken and barbe- 
cued steak. "Jazzy drumming" 
and girls rate high with this 
math fan. who hopes to be- 
come a pilot. Happy flying, 

Barry. 

Activities: Senior Play 4. 



ELAIM: ITTARO 
25 Chester Avenue 
Busin 

"Hello! . . . Yes. this is 
Dimples." . . . fried clams 
and pizza, then skating ? Fine! 
Good-bye!" This secretarial 
school candidate shies away 
from long conversations on the 
phone, but swimming and list- 
ening to records are tops . . . 
lifts everybody's spirits by say- 
ing, "Your mother loves ya !" 
Activities: Mhrot Representative 
J; Red Cr.i« Representative 3. 




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175 Summ< • 

Jane s.ivs. "You'd be sur- 
■ • \ imcy, T( rr\ S.illv. 
Elaine, and Carol when she 
tells them about the fabulous 
new record she heard recently 
A word to the "isc is suf- 
ficient when she is irked bv 
people who aggravate her. but 
you i an subdue her by feeding 
her spaghetti and pi//a \\ 
wish her success in whatever 

field she chooses 



PHILIP VANN1 I I I 
. hidlej Road 

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Pizza, spaghetti, and records 
scon vith hockey lover 

Phil However. stink up 
girls should definitely be 
benched After graduation Phil 
plans to co into the Navy and 
then go into printing 



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not wan' ik or 

lobster ( "cooling is mort 

horn- l-cvcd 

loyal member in , 
standing of that world wide 

>nal 
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Corps after graduation 



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Jim's deep voice ian 

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*DC8 $et and Z W.X Constellation Collide Over Brooklyn 




ARTHUR VELLANTE 
22 Columbus Avenue 
Business 

Artie likes to "flake out" but 
not while cooking or baking 
. . . pizza and ravioli are "les 
pieces de resistance avec ce 
maitre d' " . . . conceited 
people are definitely indigesti- 
ble . . . accounting is the main 
course for this brown-eyed 
B. C. hopeful. Happy cooking 
and counting, Artie! 
Activities: Ski Club 4; Chef 
Course 4. 



ROGER VINCUILLA 
11 A. Prospect Hill Road 
College 

"Crash" tells his friends Billy, 
Billy, and Roe "I give up" 
when they mention pizza and 
law. College is in this active 
boy's future. Sports play an 
important part in his life. 



RONALD VINCIULLA 
7 Calvary Street 
Business 

Ravioli, spaghetti, and Bentley 
College are the leading players 
in Ronnie's future life. Other 
than avoiding conceited girls 
and "chumming around" with 
Billy, Lenny, Pete, and Ron- 
nie he enjoys playing the ac- 
cordion for all. 
Activities: Red Cross Representa- 
tive 4; Talent Show 4. 



WILLIAM VINCIULLA 

1273 Main Street 

College 

"Rocko" can't stand wisi 

sophomores or women drivers 

His main ambition is to be < 

pilot in the Air Force, when 

he will always have to "thinl 

fast." 

Activities: Ski Club 2; Hockey 2 

Track 2. 





CAROL VIOLA 

137 Princeton Avenue 
College 

Brown-eyed Carol adores tur- 
key and pizza but turns up 
her nose at conceited boys. A 
transfer from Medford High, 
she likes U.S. history best at 
W.H.S. ... is in a big hurry 
to go off to a junior business 
college with Cathy, Judy, Ann, 

and Lynne. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Girls' 
Sports 2; Library Council 4; Art 
Club 3. 



BEATRICE VISCO 
275 Warren Street 
College 

"Bea," who comes from Sout 
Junior,' can often be foun 
preoccupied with her math 
will leave her work to trc 
off with Marcia, Nancy, an 
Inga. As far as she is coi 
cerned collecting recorc 
"swings," but she frowns o 
people who don't say wh; 
they mean. She hopes to b 
come a hairdresser. 
Activities: Ski Club 3; Pep Squa 
3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3 



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^December 19, 1960 
Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Constellation Mums in Brooklyn ftavy yard 




RAYMOND VITALE 
l 2 Gorham Street 

College 

Linemen who will not block 
peeve this brown-eyed foot- 
ball player; however, ravioli 
and pizza compensate when 
nothing else does. Ron. Fred. 
Mike, Neil, and Terry believe 
Ray can conquer college and 
become a teacher just as the 
rest of us do. Good luck! 

Football 2, 3. 4 I 
captain 4; Basketball 2, J, ,. ( 
captain 4; Class Treasurer 2; 
( l.iss President I; Maroon Squad 
4; Junior Prom Committee B.isc- 
ball 




BARBARA \\ AI.A/I K 
195 Adams Street 

"Nice or what." states "Nan- 
ny" after an enjoyable evening 
swimming or bowling. Her 
blue eyes light up at the 
thought of typing, shorthand, 
and after-school pizza and 
steak None of her friends, 
Elaine, Sandee, Nancy, Carla, 
and Carol, would ever aggra- 
vate her by saying "Nanny- 
goat." The idea of applying 
her typing and shorthand skills 
in the future appeals to her. 
Aclirilits: C'nr: . Pep 

Squ.nl I. Talent Show I 




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SHIRLEY w A I m\ 

HI Heal Road 
ll. kid !" says Shirle] 

Jeanne. Janet, Debbie, and 
Elaine as she waltzes to her 

favorite i lass. typing 1 1' I 
brown eyes flash fire at the 

thought of conceited girls 
During study periods she daj 
dreams of succulent chicken, 
submarines and the new outfit 
she is sewing at home Al- 
though her future is as vet 
unji « ish her happi- 

ness m what) \er she i 



hi I I Y \\ ARI ING 

1 16 Warren 

Quiet Betty >an-( • w us 

from Winslow, Maine Read 
ing an.! dancing take up most 
of her spare time fanue. 
Lauren, and lanet know that 
Bettv delights in hot turkey 
sand A four -\ 

in college is foreseen in the 
future 

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with friends. Raw Al. Paul, 

and Bob. an loaf 

make hi~ After 

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Street 

This brown eyed South ?i 

itc relishes fried lofnrer and 

ut not homework 
fellow hunters inclu 

and Bruce 
will become a r 
make-up man after gradua 



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December 15, 1960 
Belgian King ftaudouin Marries Dona Jabiola of Spain 




DONALD WENTWORTH 
40 Brown Street 
Vocational 

"Whitey" solves math prob- 
lems with Awny, Dick, Duffy, 
and Frank. After working on 
cars or drawing, Whitey enjoys 
a meal of ham and ice cream. 
His future plans include work 
in a machine shop. 



RICHARD WESTALL 
44 Richgrain Avenue 
College 

Friendly Dickie willingly 
solves math problems with 
Johnny, "Keno," Jerry, and 
Pete . . . former South Junior- 
ite gives three cheers for pork 
chops. "Dr." Westall will be 
a successful dentist after col- 
lege. 

Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Rifle 
Club 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 



SUZANNE WESCOTT 
47 Nathan Road 
College 

Blue-eyed Sue craves fried 
onion rings and Chinese foods. 
This North Juniorite dotes on 
U.S. history but dislikes im- 
polite boys. Meetings with 
D. S. S., Roberta, Sandra, and 
Judy rate high on her popular- 
ity list. We all wish her the 
best of luck in her nursing 

career ! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 
4; Maroon Squad 4; Mirror Rep- 
resentative 2; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Talent Show 4; Senior 
Play Usher 4. 



CARLA WHALEN 
58 Talman Street 
College 

"Cudsie" finds democracy das 
at the top of her list of ii 
vorites right along with squas 
and well-done roast beef . . 
blue eyes wince at the soun 
of big cars with loud horn 
. . . shouts, "Hey, kids, wh 
are you walking so fast?" t 
Carol, Elaine, Nancy, Dian< 
and Janet . . . eyes a teachin 
career . . . enjoys water skiing 
swimming, and eating. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Senk 
Play 4; Red Cross Representatn 
3, 4. 





LINDA WHEELER 

39 Miriam Road 

Business 

"Dixie" can often be found 

wandering down the corridor 

with Judy, Sandy, and Nancy. 

She is ravenously hungry at 

the thought of lamb and 

French fries. Slow pokes peeve 

her, but she maintains a state 

of equilibrium by buying new 

clothes . . . eyes a successful 

career" as a model. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3; 

Girls' Sports 3; Pep Squad 4; 

Talent Show 3; Class Day Usher 

3. 



CAROL WHITNEY 
23 Rumford Avenue 
College 
Carol's green eyes flash at tl 
thought of Italian foods ar 
French fries . . . still enjo] 
her South Juniorite friend 
Penny, Marsha, and Cinny . . 
thinks that her favorite hobb 
sewing, will help her merchai 
dising career . . . democrai 
class rates tops with her 
good old Waltham High. Be 

of luck, Carol. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 

4; Ski Club 3; Maroon Squad 

Pep Squad 4; Talent Show 2, 

4. 



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January 4, 1961 

United States Breaks "Diplomatic Relations With Cuba 



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JANET WICKER 

156 Russell Street 
Collt 

This peppy brown-eyed 
loves biology (including 
dissecting), mushrooms, 
swordfish. Cantankerous peo- 
ple bother her, but she escapes 
to her books to wear off the 
anger. Janet is often heard 
asking. "Who locked this lock- 
er?" Her friends, Diane, 
Noreen, Lyndelle, and Carla, 
come to her rescue as she 
hopes to come to the rescue 
of others as a nurse after 
graduating from B .C. 
Ail mties: Latin Club 2; Drama- 
' 13b 2, v Girls Sports 2, 
3. I; Min <i Staff ); Library 
i. Juniof Prom Ommit- 
Opcn House Usher 3; 



JANYO WOOD 
53 Piedmont Avenue 

Outside of school Janyce loves 
eating pizza and spaghetti. 
While at school she enjoys law 
class but dislikes tardy school 
buses. This North Juniorite 
says, "Oh, yeah." at the 
thought of working in an of- 
fice in the future. Her friends, 
Pauline, Candy, Carolyn, 
Brenda, and Debbie, wish her 
happiness as we do. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4. 




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i - B kli Street 
i 

Petite "Rufus" enjoys chemis- 
try best .it W.H.S Pizaa and 
submarines always are at the 
top of the list for this future 
nurse wtlOM patients will be 
Susan, Dunne, and Joannie. 
■ n Club 

I i lent 
S Open House 1 



II DITH W VMW 

Judy came to us from Chelms- 
ford High spends her 
time drawing or eating chick- 
en Among her many friends 
are Judy. Judy. Carla. Elaine, 
and T W ■ »i--h her luck in 
the future 



LYNN1 YEAMANS 

10 s Tempi, • 

Athletic Lyme can be found 
dis< with Ruthie, 

Joanne. Pam. and Greta i 
and mportant 

parts m her life Mture 

teacher • Solish home- 






nue 

Phtk people with 

no sense of hunv ;ally 

can be found eat 
lobltf with Garmelh 
Pudgee. and Can 

K a model after grad- 
uation Best of lus'i 



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(January 18, 1961 
Dr. Zhomas A Dooley Dies of Cancer at 34 





THEODORE ZAGWYN 
100 Villa Street 
College 

Friendly "Zigzag" wants to 
attend college in the future but 
can't see homework at all. 
Frank, Jan, Ron, and Charlie 
can often be seen eating steak 
with Ted. His favorite subject 
trigonometry has to be done 
alone, however. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2. 



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LAWRENCE DANIELS 
37 Leonard Street 
College 

Lawrence enjoys English best 
at W.H.S. This hockey en- 
thusiast willingly shares steak 
and chicken dinners with Kev- 
in, Frank, Tim, Neal, David, 
and Howie. Hot weather is 
his pet peeve. University of 
Massachusetts is his future 
alma mater. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; 
Maroon Squad 2; Talent Show 
4. ' 



JOHN EDMONDS 
63 Hardy Pond Road 
Vocational 

Trigonometry rates high with 
blue-eyed "Eddie" . . . choco- 
late cake and ice cream make 
a perfect combination . . . 
enjoys bowling with Jimmy, 
Bobby, Andy, and Phil . . . 
sees a career in electronics in 
the future. 





WILLIAM HARDING 
31 Cleveland Road 
Business 

Hardy Bill can be seen bowl- 
ing or eating fried shrimp and 
lobster with friends, Bud, 
George, Pete, and Artie. Book- 
keeping rates tops on his list. 
Lots of luck in your future 

plans, Bill! 

Activities: Red Cross Representa- 
tive 2. 



JANET KELLY 

786 Moody Street 

College 

"Kellie," as she is known tc 

friends, Dot, Janice, Marilyn 

and Carol, enjoys solid anc 

trig with Mr. Lynch at W.H.S 

Jazz makes her brown eyes 

light up. Good luck next yeai 

at Jackson College. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; News 

paper Staff 3; Open House Ushe. 

3; Senior Play 4; Jazz Club Sec 

retary 3, 4: 



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April, 1961 Press Zime 

Steel Supers trueture of flew W.M.S. ftegms to Emerge 




JOAN MACQl'ARRIE 
23 Ash Street 
Bu i i i 

Economics, Chinese food, and 
Southern fried chicken make 
her blue eyes dance; but don't 
ever call her "Joanie," or 
you'll be an enemy for life. 
Jean, Carolyn, Candy, and 
Pauline spend all their time 
with her listening to records. 
"I wanna go home," sings 
this former North Juniorite. 
An airline school or office 
work is in her future. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3. i 
Pep Squad -I; Red Cross Rep 
resentative 2; Talent Show 4 
ODen House Usher 4. 



MARK PALADINA 
199 Charles Street 
General 

Math rates highest at WHS. 
with hazel-eyed "Paladen" . . . 
often found with Larry, Mike, 
Diane, Francine, and Ray eat- 
ing pizza or steak . . . hopes 
to enter the armed forces after 
graduation. 



JAMES ROGERS 

IV*. Robbins Street 
I '/.// 

Hazel-eyed Jimmy is called 
"Charlie'' and his favorite 
ing is "Hey, Morris!" How- 
ever, whatever the name. Jim- 
my is tops with friends, Joe, 
Willie. Norm, and Dave; and 
pizza, science, and cars are 
tops with Jimmy. He'll be an 
auto mechanic after gradua- 
tion. 




ROC, I R VI II I I t X 

76 Exi hange Mrtit 

I >;.d 

"Take a bite!" says Roge. 

panning his homemade sand 

wiilies to Ma//a. Frank, Jean 
nctte. and Hemic Its an Armv 

caieet after graduation for this 
hockey enthusiast Best of 
luck, Roger! 



SANDRA w I I rON 

* 1 imlin Mrtit 

ColL 

When Pete. Allen. Diane. 

Pam. Of Korcv suggest a game 

of tennis, - una, 

That After the game 

Sandy pauses for a snack of 
pizza and hamburij 

hopes to attend a tollegc in 
Texas and maior in ph\ 
education Good luck. Sandy! 




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102 



As we are gathered here today, the sands of time continue to run their inevitabl 
course through the hourglass of history, each grain heralding the inevitable culminatioi 
of our high school careers. Prior to bidding our final and official farewell to Walthan 
High, let us take this opportunity to invert the glass and observe the various milestone 
of the past three years as they pass in review before our eyes. Consequently our gaz< 
is directed toward the year most recently completed — our Senior Year. 

Proceeding rapidly into focus is the Senior Prom — a gala evening of rapture and nos 
talgia, our final social event at WHS. 

Withdrawing further into the past, we see the elite among our thespians and musician 
display their skills at the annual Talent Show, directed by Robin Farr, with the them 
"Television Programmes." Then the basketball team floats past in a blaze of glory 
and representing our class we find Brian Duffy, Bill Rodriques, Ray Vitale, Dave Cai] 
and Don Guillette. On the ice we find Timmy Cousens, Frank Kelley, Neil McPhee 
Charlie Freeman, Jack Estabrook, Larry Brophy, Larry Daniels, Billy Benoit, Jerr 
Leone cheered on to victory by Dotty DeVincent, Lee Garside, Diane Granchelli, Patt 
Brueck, Judy Campisi, Joan Crusco, and Sandy Markhan. 

Our class is equally well represented in the awards' and honors' category. Sandr; 
Rallis was chosen as the D.A.R. representative and Lenny O'Brien as our representativ 
in the State House on Student Government Day. 

Suddenly the steel framework of the skeletal new building looms into view. Unde 
the protecting screen of darkness, three members of the Senior Class and two mis 
guided juniors soar to towering heights to immortalize forever "Take a Rest," "F=MA,' 
and "This Space Reserved for Mr. Lynch" on the girders three stories above th< 
ground. 

November 22 sees both the Lexington Street Junior High stage and the audieno 
itself serve as a backdrop for the Senior Play, "Curtain Going Up," featuring the usua 
fine performance from our band and actors: Marie "Miss Burgess" McCorry, "Jocko' 
Stevenson, "Milt" Marshall, and "Buck" Morang. 

The noble and conscientious efforts of our football team signals the outset of th< 
senior athletic programme with Mr. Krol and Mr. Woronicz at the helm. The seasoi 
proceeds with a mighty thud, punctuated with two notable victories over Newton an< 
Haverhill attesting to the unabated efforts of Ray Vitale, Charlie Freeman, Terry Hardy 
Fred Tortola, Eddy Reed, Tony Russo, Jack Estabrook, Don Stevenson, Frank Forte 
Wayne Hamilton, Bruce Courtney, Dave O'Neill, Woody Savage, Joe Lentini, Jerr 
Pitorino? and Doug Martin. Ray Vitale receives the Most Valuable Player Aware 
while Ed Reed is the recipient of the Doctor Cohn Trophy for the most improve* 
player. 

As the team fights with muscle, the cheerleaders add their lung power to the fray 
Marcia Anderson, Ann Fredericks, Sue Lydon, Christine Murphy, Margie Cannistrarc 
Leslie Ectman, Birdie Ristuccia, and Sandy Sessi provide the background noise. 

To guide the Student Council through the year to come, the Class of '61 elects Caro 
Mosca, president; Robert Mondene and Marcia Anderson, vice-presidents; and Eileei 
Garside secretary-treasurer. Heading the Executive Board of the class itself, we fin< 

Ray Vitale, president; Don Stevenson, vice-president; Donna Miller, secretary; an 
James Lucchese, treasurer. 

We now discover that Marilyn Doria and Fred Pazzano have been chosen Cc 
Editors-in-Chief of the MIRROR and that Marilyn Doria and Florence Patti have bee 





1961 ,S 



selected to head the column "This Week at Waltham High." Upon extending a hearty 
welcome to Rolf Stahlheber, our Exchange Student from Heidelberg, Germany, we con- 
tinue this historic journey by descending to the junior year. 

At the graduation of the Class of '60, '61 has its representatives. John Hanagan 
receives the Phi Beta Kappa Book Award, and Terry Hardy the Harvard and History 
Book Awards. 

Lynne Yeamans is elected Waltham High's representative to Girls' State from which 
she is delegated to serve at Girls' Nation in Washington. D. C. 

May 12 presents itself as a day of grandeur and disappointment, for it is now that 
the investiture of the junior members of the National Honor Society takes place. The 
recipients of the honor from the Class of '61 are Pam Agrillo, Marilyn Doria. Katherine 
Battaglia, Diane Bornback, Carole Chaisson, Helen Charlton, Patricia Clancy, Connie 
Curnyn, Marilyn Aronson, Leslie Ectman, Ann Shirley Farnsworth, Eileen Garside, Peter 
Jaquith, Carol Kenncy, Doris Loeser, Kenneth Morash, Florence Patti. Patricia Powers, 
Sandra Rallis, Richard Wcstall, Lynne Yeamans, Stanley Garfield, Charles Wca\er. The 
Society elects John Hanagan. president; Fred Pazzano, vice-president; Donna Miller, 
secretary-treasurer. 

The glass reveals the winners of the Kingsbury Temperance Fund 1 ssaj Contest to 
be Elizabeth Rose, Marilyn Dona. Florence Patti, Richard Bazillion, Bettj Wareing, Susan 
Kessler, Carol Kenney, and Joanne Bergman. 

Representing Waltham tor one day at the town of Westwood is our Student Exchange 
Committee composed of Judi Cambal, Richard Bazillion. Lynne Yeamans, Richard 
King, and Sandra Storer. 

Passing in review before our eyes we sec the Talent Show with "Expression" as its 
theme, and now. spotlighting the social season o( our Junior Year, the Junior Prom 
with its M.trdi (.r.is settin N I is the election of Junior ( lass Officers Franl 
president; Wayne Hamilton, vice-president; Leonard O'Brien, secretary; and Ray Vitalc. 
treasurer. To conclude the year, we welcome Mr. William J. Gallagher as our new 
headmaster, upon the retirement of Mr. Sheehy. 

The events oi our sophomore year comprise a relatively blank su^e compared to what 
the future held in store. Shyly at first, and then with increased vigor, our athletes ven- 
ture onto their respective fields and courts fo establish reputations for prowc-ss ,md 
achievement in various sports Others of us strive for scholast mplishment in 

hopes that someday we may fill the gap left by graduating upperdassmen 

Now. the s.mds h.nmg run their course, we must return to the rcahtic-s oi the p' 
ent. Many classes before us have expressed their regrets at bidding farewell to Walt- 
ham High May we echo their sentiments. Yet our pangs of parting ran never equal 
the magnitude ot the excitement and hope with which we face the future Our 
penences here ha\e better equipped us to cope with the unknown challenges whi.h lie 



ahead 



stance I 

Richard Bi/.ll 
ler 

P •■■••• ' ' ire 
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Clast 



"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man; it lies somewhere between the 
summit of man's knowledge and the pit of man's fears, between the day and the darkness, sleeping 
and waking, reality and illusion. It is a place inhabited by outlandish people where strange 
-j,//*" 1 things happen." So hold on to your seats and prepare for a trip into the "Twilight Zone." 

(Lights out) 
(Lights on, gradually) 

It is a warm morning in July. In the background we hear the sounds of woodchoppers chopping, 
chopping, chopping. Many horses' hoofs resound on the cobble-stone streets, for the people of 
this small town are congregating for a purpose. A very haggard worry-worn woman of middle-age 
studies the proceedings from behind barred windows. It is July 24, 1683, and we are witnesses 
to a deed in one of the most infamous periods in history, a Salem Witch Trial, and YOU ARE 
THERE! ! ! 

On the street are heard the footsteps of the executioners echoing the poor woman's terrible fate. 
She is dragged down the street and stoned by her neighbors. "Be quick about it," one of the 
guards -murmurs as the witch is fastened to the stake. The fire is lighted, the firewood burns, 
the witch screams and struggles, and then is heard no more. There is a great hush among the 
spectators, for she is nowhere to be seen. 

(Lights out) 
(Lights on, gradually) 

It is 1983. "When I clap my hands, you will awaken and remember all that has happened." 
Thus spoke the noted psychologist, Woodrow Savage. As the cloud lifted and the room came into 
focus, the woman found herself gazing into the eyes of Doctor Lawrence Cianci, Professor of 
Psychology at Farnsworth University in San Francisco. Nurse Bonnie Robertson, Doctor Cianci's 
assistant, looked stunned at the revelation. "They were going to burn her!" 

Bzzzzz: "Doctor Cianci" called his secretary Roseanne Orlando, "Theodore Zagwyn from 
Getchell's Grimy and Greasy Chemical Company is here with a package for you." 

"It's come at last!" the doctor shouted dashing out of the room. Nurse Robertson and Mr. 
Savage followed him. 

Alone in the room, the confused woman gazed at her strange surroundings. She jumped up, a 
wild look in her eyes. Dazed, she stumbled through the rear exit of the room and down the 
steps, almost tripping over the janitor Arthur Tate. Flying in fear past Arthur, she ran out into 
the street and was nearly run over by a Luchese Cab. After this narrow escape, she found herself 
in the path of a truck from Percy's Palatable Potato Paste Producers. 

"Ye gad! What are thou, horrible monster that runs without horses? Am I dead? Art thou 
the devil? And prithee, what strange glowing light on yonder billboard breaks?" 

"Yvonne Hefferle and Donald Stevenson starring in "The Amazing Story of Lawrence Coffin, 
First Astronaut to Be Lost in a Moon Crater! Co-starring James Dyke and Barbara' Colvin 
Screen Play Adapted by his fellow traveler, Roland Anderson. _ Produced by Peter Kingsley and 
Directed by David Kingsley." 

Looking up towards the sky in perplexity, she was frightened by a galaxy of flashing neon 
lights. 

"Dine and Dance at Gardner's Golden Gardens." 

"Luck May be Your Lady Tonight. Try Your Hand at Fate at Caruso's Casino." 

"For the Best Italian Food in Town; Eat at Paglierani's Pizza Palace." 

"Brush Your Cavities with Clark's Cavity Cleaner." 
. However, of all the signs, one particular message caught her eye. The antiquated Agrillo High 
School was being torn down by the Duffey and Demeo Demolition Corporation. Scrawled on 
one of the uppermost beams was the inscription "Class of 1961," and below this another read 
"Reserved for Mr. Lynch." Standing sorrowfully around the wrecking truck were partner 
physicists Peter Jaquith and Fred Demeo. 

"But why are they so sad," she asked herself. "Indeed this is a strange world." 

As she came to the next block, she became entangled in a milling throng of people trying to 
reach the entrances of two modernistic buildings, one designed by Gerry Leone and the other by 
Paul Simeone. Atop one was the sign "Patti's Popular Paper" and atop the other, "Descriptions 
From Doria's Desk." 

"This price war has been raging for two weeks," said model Brenda Tedesco to "spaghetti 
sampler" Joe Taranto. "They're down to four cents now, three cents, FREE! !" 

Unbeknown to our unfortunate visitor, this seemingly capitalistic competition was, in reality, a 
fight between the Republicans and the Democrats over the Presidential Campaign between Lenny 
O'Brien, Democrat, and Robert McElhiney, Republican. Liberalist Senators Barbara Rumson and 
Elaine Soberg were endorsing Lenny, while conservative Senators Joanne Bergman and Donna 
Dickie were endorsing Bob. 

"Sure hope it's not as close as the Kennedy-Nixon campaign of 1961. I don't think the country 
could stand another recount," said star reporter Peter Falzone. 

No sooner had she heard this than newspaper girl Lorraine Hart thrust a News-Tribune into 
her hand. On the front page was written in three-inch headlines, "First Atomic Powered Sub- 
marine Nautilus Found in Sea Grave by Amateur Skin Diver Joe Quinn. 



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Below this another headline read: "Girl Friday, Nancy Turner, formerly of 77 Sunset Strip, 
Discovers the Whereabouts of Explorer Sandra Storer, who disappeared five years ago in the 
Center of the Earth. 'Upon seeing this disheveled creature,' read the article, 'Miss Turner ex- 
claimed,' Doctor Storer, I presume!" On the following page, pictures taken by Sharon McAskill 
and Barbara Le Clair portrayed ambassador Sandra Rail is and her undersecretary Sue Westcott 
returning from their trip abroad where they evaluated the election of Germany's new Socialist party 
president, Rolf Stahlheber of Heidelberg. The next five pages were taken up by a description of 
the D. A. R., Daughters of the American Radiation Convention. President Betty Wareing, pointed 
out to the Atomic Investigating Committee, Diane Bornback, Pat Ianetti, and Shirley Walton, the 
dangers of being over-exposed to Mondene Gamma Rays. 

On the sports page a photograph showed professional cheerleaders Sandra Sessi, Bernardine 
Ristuccia, Marcia Anderson, Dotty DeVincent, Sue Lydon, Christine Murphy, and Eileen Garside 
urging the Larry Brophy pro-football team on to victory. Players Richard Dambosky. James Coye, 
Joseph Brennan, Ray Vitale, David Towne, and Lawrence Bonfilio scored touchdowns at Ed- 
munds Field. 

Below that was the article concerning the girls' tennis team managed by Gary Archibald. 
Players Judy Barber, Roberta Noke, Janet Wiker. and Shirley Centola had just won the gold 
medal for all of the United States in the Olympics held this year in Leopoldville. capital of the 
Congo. The game was momentarily interrupted by Lumumba's grandson Abraham Kasavuba, 
who insisted that cannibalism be included in the events. 

She next turned to the entertainment page. "Ohhh! Thou sinners! Thou art not Puritans! 
'The Play of the Week Presents My Fair Witch, starring Miss Carol Forbes, and Co-Starring 
the Witchettes, Judy Kochenderfer, Mary Ann Livermore, Carol Fiedler, and Janet O'Connell. 
Witches, witches, what if they find me? Where am I? — Astronauts, automic-powered submarines, 
and what is a Kasavubu ?" Dropping the paper, she ran into Lembo's Coffee Grinder where the 
Beatnik poet Vinny Corcoran was reading "Exodus in a Wine Cellar," written by Judy Flaherty 
to the accompaniment of progressive jazz played by Stanley Garfield. Albert Santoro. Henry 
Bassing, Richard Catavolo, Camille Despres, Catherine Falzone, and Donna Miller. At the back 
table sat Charles Ramsay, Donald Wentworth, Joanne Ordile, and lame Vaglica drinking the 
newly-invented Whitney Expresso Coffee with Clint Beaudette and Kenneth Sawyer. "Thy 
ungodly music makes my ears to burn!" she cried fleeing. 

Ahead of her was the Julia Muller Secretarial School. Entering the building she was greeted 
by receptionist Judy Wyman. 

"So you wish to enroll in a course here?" 

"Wilst thou take me to thy leader?" the woman asked. 

"Certainly," Judy replied, pressing the secret alarm bell. "Follow me." 

As they walked down the corridor, they heard voices coming from room 210. 

"When / was a senior, my class was deprived of a new school," Judy Flaherty. Dean of Ad- 
missions, said. 

'Mine didn't have an Honors Group," teacher Pauline Berard added. 

"Our girls won't have to fight for their food in a crowded cafeteria. President Powers will 
see to that'" 

Entering President Powers' office. Miss Syman asked secretary Marie Orifice if the president WU 
busy. "Yes, she's having a conference with Mary Kelton and Elaine Mahan. teachers from the 
Drake School of Secretaries. She won't be free for another hour.' 

At that moment Miss Powers' voice was heard coming over the jet-powered intercom. In fear 
the woman dashed from the room and out of the school. 

"Stop! Stop! shouted policewoman Judy Desmond. "Halt or I'll shoot with my sunrav gun" 

She stopped. Just then Doctor Cianci shouted "Where have you been?" looking deeply into 
her eyes, he re-hypnotized her. "You must go back. back, way back." his voice faded av 

(Lights out!) 
(Lights on. dim! 

The crowd is once more silent. The fire crackles and burns, and the witch emits one final 
izing scream as she dies, for it is 1683 A. D. and prejudice and superstition rule in Salem. On 
the steps of the secretarial school, only a pile of ashes are witness to what was once a I 
creature. You have just been taken on a trip into the Twilight Zone' 

(Lights oi:- 

STAGE IS 1 WELOPED BY ARTIFICIAL FIRF 

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Florence Patti 
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Class Will 



To Mr. Gallagher, our understanding headmaster, the Class of 1961 bequeaths a velvet throne 
and a crown of jewels for being the best principal any high school ever had. 

Our gift to Mr. Westall is a wide, well-lighted, underground tunnel connecting the Vocational 
School with the focal point of the new building, the Cafeteria. 

By special request, the Class of '61 endows Mrs. Flynn and the Library Council with a special 
computor to grind out information and answers to the ever-present questions of our inquiring 
students. 

To Miss Balch we leave a Mr. -Fix-it-Man so that her typewriters and machines will always 
be in order. 

An automatic index file is our gift to Mr. Husson to save him the wear and tear of having 
to look up students' names and their abilities. 

We present to Mr. Woronicz a year's supply of yard sticks to keep him in command of the 
gym and surrounding area. 

We award with pleasure to our most industrious and efficient secretaries, Miss Murray and 
Mrs. Slaman. a coffee and doughnut machine to be placed in the teachers' room. 

We give to Mr. Clark one large carton of 95 unerased tapes. 

To Miss McCullough we consign a monitoring room in the new building from which she can 
broadcast her own "Focus" program for all her students. 

And speaking of the new building we cannot forget to mention that Mr. Morang will inherit 
closet space for 1*500 new projects for his science fair. 

We bequeath to Mr. Fames, our class advisor, 2000 autographed pictures to give out to the 
t; i r 1 s of his admiring, secret fan club. 

We reserve for' Mr. May. with great pleasure, a modernized detention room in the new 
building equipped with a time clock for the students to punch in and out. 

For 'Mr. Hood we prescribe a case of tranquilizers to ease the tension of his increasingly de- 
manding duties. ., 

A private secretary for each student for dictation and a gigantic literary map are the gitts 

bestowed upon Miss Slatterv. 

Venimus! Videmus! Vicemus! And in the hope that Mr. Donovan^ will remember the out- 
standing Class of 1961. we wish buena suerte which means "Good Luck" in Spanish. 

To Mrs. McNeese we give a brace of round-trip tickets to Disneyland so that she may treat 
her urandchilclren to an enjoyable summer. 

For Miss Bliss we shall advertise for bids to construct an escalator to permit her classes to 

Cather on time. c , , ,, ■ 

' We present to Miss Eaton a life-size portrait of Su/ie. her miniature Schnauzer, for her bulletin 

H We select for Mr. Klein a super-powered detergent to help h,m get his sink clean after com- 
pleting many commendable art projects. 

For Miss Grover we leave a direct line to the New York Stock Exchange and a hfe-t.me 
subscription to the 11"./// St net hunul for her clerical students. _ 

We bestow upon Mrs. Shirley a periscope and a pair of sneakers so she can ti P -toe around and 
see ./// the questions on the English achievements. 

To Mr Dwyer we award an Oscar for his outstanding performance as Ophelia m Hamlet. 

With pleasure we give to Miss Betts a book of tickets to the Louvre, the Sorbonne, the 
Champs-Elvsees and Versailles as an incentive tor her long-awaited trip to France 

To Mr. Hoyle our gift is a nuclear automobile engine with a simple operation for easy instruc- 
tion for his classes. .. , , , ■ ■ . 

To Mr. and Mrs. Avery we leave a special projection room to show the slides of then trip to 

Europe in the summer of I960. , , , 

A high-powered telescope properly inscribed with -Greek letters to augment the wo,k of the 

weather station is our gift to Mrs. Case. 

We leave to Miss Cunningham a real, live hot-dog dog a dachshund. 

We grant to Mr. Daniels a ten-foot slide rule h.r technical measurements and mathematical 

C0 And a S' neat pleasure we leave to the underclassmen, the newly-advanced uppcrclassmen 
and the Tnalmmg sophomores a brand new building to add to an exhausted faculty, and the bright 
spirit and avid enthusiasm of the Class of 1961. 

Executors: 

Chairman: Joanne Bergman 

Assistants: 

Patricia Clancy 



Patricia Piper 
Dorothy DeVincent 




Miss (,KA( H I A MR< M ( AR1T 



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First Row: Chester Wentworth, Gordon Stevens, John A. Cooley, Gary Delaney, Charles Gargone, Henry Bassing, William 
Drago. Second Roiv: Charles Landry, John Scarlett, David Pittman, Anthony Vasile, Charles Weaver, Raymond Morris, Robert 
Lanctot. Third Row: Joseph Lentini, Richand Damboskey, Stanley Garfield, Philip Vannelli, James Kay, Albert Santoro, Ray- 
mond McKee. 




First Roiv: William Laswell, Joseph Brennan, Norman T. Hebert, David Morreale, Thomas Chagnon, Thomas Collettee, Ev- 
erett DallaCosta, Clifton Pierce. Second Row: William Duggan, David Owens, Thomas Boucher, James Coye, Jack Delaney, 
Robert Casella, Gerald McFayden, Francis Mazzarini. Third Row: Salvatore Ragno, Charles Ramsay, Charles* Bottoms, James 
Rogers, Donald Wentworth, .Roger Veilleux. 



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Welding 'Department 




First Row: David Carney, George Mention, John Vautour, Allan MacDonald, Francis Logan. Clifton Pierce. Second Row: 
Richard Marshall, Joseph Bisson, Stephen Knippel. Robert Lindsey, Paul Schiavone, John Delaney. Third Row: James Coye, 
Gerald McFayden. Mchin Guy Robert Lupo. Victor Doucet. 







Jack Dcl.incv. Paul Schiavone, Robert Lmdscv. Franns Logan. Jftfl 
working on hydro-plane. 










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Herbert Bucknam, Richard Holter, Chester Place, Salvatore Sallesa 
Dudley Murray, George Dow, Nicholas Arena, Charles Wentworth' 
Richard Cunningham, Errol Thomas, Allan MacFarland, Robert Swan- 



son. 




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Machine 'Department 




first Row: Ronald Barnhart, Paul Grimes, Ted Prophet, Thomas Collette, Thomas Chagnon, Richard Hart. Second Row: 
Joseph Paul Veilleux, Richard Lindsey, Paul Dupere, Donald Wentworth, David Owens, Philip Castellano, Paul Ferro. Third 
Row: Steven Davis, Charles Bottoms, Arthur Newell, Thomas Boucher, Francis Mazzarini, Roger Veilleux. 




Machine shop in operation. 



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Printing 'Department 




First Row: William Davis, David Mills, John Mancuso, Ronald Desaulniers, William Gorman. Second Row: John Scarlett, Philip 
Vannelli, Anthony Vasile, David Pittman, Richard Cassidy, James Davy, Charles Bentley. Stanley Garfield, Stephen Quinn, 
Fred Mara, Gary Delaney, Lawrence Sicotte, James Burke, Thomas Mancuso, Chester Wcntworth. Richard LeBlanc 




Stan Garfield, Tony Vasile, David Pittman and Mr Gorman running an 



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Carpentry 'Department 




First Row: Charles Wheeler, Steven Waitkunas, Robert Domings, John Melanson, Joseph Caruso, Donald Neiberg, William 
Wheeler, Gordon Stevens, John Cooley. Second Row: Alfred Staal, Alvin Smith, Philip Lombardo, Joseph McKee, Charles 
Landry, Robert Lanctot, Charles Bursey, Richard Damboskey, Alan Foran, Joseph Lentini, Carl Martenson, Robert Orris, Frank 
Carbone, John Curra, Earl Bosquet, Bruce Carson. 




Joseph Lentini, John Cooley, Gordon Stevens, Charles Landry, Richard Dam- 
boskey, Robert Langtot operating carpentry shop equipment. 



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Drafting Department 




First Row: Stewart Owens, Robert Grinnell, William Range, Grover Kinsman, Donald Anderson Second Row: Henry Bas- 
sing, Ferdinand Cartier, William Testa, John Graceffa. Andrea Martocchia. William Martin. Mr. Norman Hendry (in- 
structor). Third Row: Peter Graceffa, John Guerin, Allan Ritcey, Peter Dolloff, Thomas Maguire, Richard Aucoin. William 
Carney. 




Patrick CipruOO, Hcnrv Pffting, (ir '\cr Kirtsman working on a drafting proiect 



Sleet re nics Department 




First Row: Ronald Quasson. Ronald Fucci. William Drago. Albert Santoro, Raymond Morris, Charles Weaver. 
•:a Ro u : Mr. Wilfred St. Martin. Instructor. Charles Gargone. Carmen Cannistraro, Edward Seymour, 
t ; Ka Raymond McKee. Joseph Zanco. Earnest Hoagland. 




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Richard Brennick, Donald Belkey. Jude Keenan working in related class work with Mr. 

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First Row: Janice Baumann, Judith Annunciate, Kathy McDonald. Dora Alagna. Anna Mandile, 
Joan DiVico, Mary Beaudette, Diane DeTommaso. Second Row: Judy Ellis. Geraldine Bari. 
Elaine Buonomo, Rita Curtin, Diane Vaccarello, Maria Pasquali. Teresa Barilone, Sandra Home. 
Lois Christopher, Arline Breen. Sandra Breault, Melvin Hebert. John Wall. Ronald Thompson. 
John McQuiggan, John Neufell, Henry Powers. 



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OFFICERS 

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Paul Ansara 
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First Ron: Robert Cincotta. Gerard Edmupds. Paul Doucettc. Daniel Rvan. Gerald GofCOnn, Ed 
ward Burns. William Chandnmt. James Kirlev. Steve Gullotti. Dennis Cmllo. Richard Halleran 
Second Row David Gustafson. Ernest Strancc. Joseph Fallo. Thomas Coxall. Jack Dion. Donald 
I ernald. Edward Quirk. James H.inlon. Eugene Hamilton Third R u Martha Holmes. 1 

Glasier, Beverly Gumbert. Kathv Huches. Bleaaoi Roche, Jan > <.h. Heather Wind* 

Cassic Erics. Sandra Eullerton 



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First Row: Arlene DeVincent, Susan Cross, Doris Eaton, Paula Dube, Maureen Fahey, Barbara Donohue. Second 
Row: Gloria Gosselin, Judith Hardiman, Elsa Durkee, Mary Dawson, Lorraine DiMuzio, Janice Copson, Ellen 
Cusack, Madeline Dugas, Nancy DeMont, Judith Vaglica. Third Roiv: David Burke, Timothy Cormier, Edward Byron, 
Rodney Clarke, Richard Callahan, Conrad Caldwell, Patrick Catino, Alfred Cosgrove, Charles Carmel, Richard Reed, 
Donald Canning, Richard Castellano, Charles Cotton, Donald Brownell. 



Koom 203 




First Row: Thomas Lucas, Gordon Main, John McDonald, Robert Maher, Guenter Loeser, James McCarthy, «Thomas 
McGiivray, David LeBlanc, Stephen Mearls; David Marcou. Second Row: Marie Severino, Linda Ryan, Sally Shea, 
Robert MacFarlane, Joseph McMenimen, Lawrence MacDonald, Robert LeLieuvre, David Littlefield, Alan McCarthy, 
Jacquelyn Skane, Susan Sinclair. Third Row: Deborah Schofield, Vanna Stenquist, Barbara Sicotte, Carol Rivers, Char- 
lotte San Soucie, Phyllis Pugsley, Dian Stevenson, Jeanne Sheehan, Theresa LeBlanc. 



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Kootii 204 




First Row: Suellen Childs, Harriet Brownell, Debbie Carr. Joanna Cahill, Francis Cincotta, Judy Carey. Maxine 
Werner. Janet Chase. Nancy Chapdelaine. Second Ron : Rose Marie Bonica. Beverly Cannistraro, Alfred Barber. Paul 
Benson, David Bergquist, John Bergstrom. Stephen Brinn. Joseph Bergantino, Karen Blomen. Fayth Bishop. 7 
Row: Walter Barrick, Ernest Ansara, James Belyea, Kenneth Brown, John Antoni. James Bradley. David Anderson, 
Thomas Affleck. 



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l R u: Arthur Shriberg, Wayne Sharpe, Leonard W'm. s, Robert Sevene, Robert Yamantjno, Ralph Santoli 
Peter Thiffault, Paul Siano, 5 i R ■■ William Salpietro, James Vanai Gilbert S tt. Reynold Uhlin, William 
Doheny, David Wright, Kenneth Scanlon, Fred Viles phen Walker, Thomas Smith. Richard V I raig 

Travis, Paul Yurkus, Louis Scales i Traveline, Sullivan. James Vanderwyk 



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Koom 212 




First Row: Eileen Joyce, Sally Madden, Joanne MacClary, Dianne Mangie, Margaret Mazon, Kathleen Elwell, Helen 
Keefe, Nancy Maher, Billy Hunter. Second Row: Diana Jackson, Dana Katz, Carl Fredrickson, Billy Gray, Peter 
Garber, Steven Fogg, Leo Gaudet, Earnest Green, Kevin Hargadon. Third Row: Ralph Fiore, Barry Foster, Joel Gar- 
diner, Bob Erickson, Bob Fiorelli, Pat Fidele, Tom Gray, John Fucci, James Fitzgerald. 



Koom 213 




First Row: Catherine O'Hara, Rita West, Joanne Melvin, Elizabeth Perqa, Sally McCullough, Janet Pittari, Diane 
Bisson, Barbara Power. Second Row: Sandra Olofson, Jean Morrison, Donald Landry, Richard Kirley, Robert 
Hilton, Donald Mongeon, Jeremy Hagger, Mary Lou Rousseau, Susan Piper, Geraldine O'Brien. Third Row: Glenn 
Gustavson, David Jones, Robert Hazel, Thomas Landrigan, Rodney Lawrence, David Jackson, Paul Hersom, G. Edgar 
Hunter, Richard Hartwell. 



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Koom 215 




First Rou: Judith Malloy, Maureen Lennon, Joyce Bannister, Sandra La Forte, Jeanne LeClair, Linda Hoyt. Deanna 
Cormier. Anne Fucci. Second Rou: Charlene Flynn, Pierina Cianci. Cheryl Aucoin, Julieanne Curtis. Susan Bancroft. 
Madeline Brandon. Valerie Gordon, Doris, Benson, Norma Geoffrion, Janet McLaughlin, Jean Lawson. Joyce Enge- 
bretsen, Patricia Hoffmann. Third Rou: Robert DiGregorio, Joseph Di Bona, Richard Ahlman. Kenneth Arsenault, 
Robert Allenberg, Frank Casella, Marilyn Foster, Elaine Comeau. Anna Cotrone, Evelyn Falter. Jean Marchant. Joan 
Apollonio. 



Koom 216 




FirU Rnu Clifford Roberts. John Morwav. Neal Poole. Thorns Neville. Robert Morreale. John Milmore. John Pea- 
cock. I.arrv P.iclitr.ini Second Ron. Ronald Rando. Al Porter. Steve Rando. Brian Rohicheau. Robert Pantanella. 
Richard Shannon. John R.ivcm. John M.ihcr. Mr Nevlon. Third Rnu: Robert Rand. Alan Ombrello. Richard Milli- 
gan. James Orifice. Eldon Pinco. Dave Ramuh. I - Mula. Robert Porter. George Mitchell 



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Koom 217 




First Row: Carol Keniston, Margaret Leate, Karen LeBlanc, Marie Hanson, Geraldine Fahey, Maureen Mclvor, Carol 
Nelson, Carol Henry. Second Row: Joyce Werren, Mary Lou Rasch, Nancy Semenchuk, Maureen Hall, Joyce Tonicki, 
Nancy Sawyer, Joyce Setzer, Janet Stempson, Cheryll White, Joan Mullen, Rita Methot, Joanne Packard. Third Row: 
Joarme Mikula, Nancy Vittum, Linda Shirley, Patricia Sweetman, Doris Davis, Beverly Moldoff, June Ornstedt, 
Elizabeth Gallagher, Claire O'Neil, Nancy Poirier, John Leate, Thomas Giardina. 



Koom 218 




First Row: Barbara Leonard, Ute Molloy, Pat Wilson, Nancy Lilliot, June Mosca, Lois Mahoney, Linda Le Blanc, Mar- 
garet Kelley. Second Row: Kevin Hargadon, Kenneth Keohane, Ray MacCausIand, Eddie Harrigan, Tom Slaman, Ron- 
nie Lopez, Russ Malone, Arthur Hall, Bernie Ksongard. Third Row: Tony Taranto, Bill Tyman, Paul Gustafson, Dick 
Harding, Paul O'Mara. 



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Room 312 




First Row: Marsha Gardner, Roberta Hoffses, Denise Fournier. Ark-ne Goddard, Pat Henebury, Judi Gloss.,. I.inda 
Howley, Rose Genova. Second Ron: Richard Dacey, Ronald Doucette, John O'Shea. Kathy Grimes. Gloria Failla. 
Marilyn Faulkner, Catherine Farrell, Christine Forrester, Robert Crowley, David Daugman, Ronald Douglas. Third 
Roir: Richard Delaney. Ray Dougan. Stephen Drew, William Demeo, Thomas Eastler. John Crane. Robert Da%is. John 
Crowe, Richard Cropper. 



Room 406 




Sulliv.in 



Virginia Zanco, Sally Webb, Joanne Straggas, Robert.) Woodside, 
Mildred Wheeler, Linda Wjrman, J. met Swift, Mar) ( irroll. 



Helen Tomlin Sec^J / ,]|,ne 



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SOPHOMORF. 

CLASS 
OI'lICI-RS 

Mary Leonard — 
Setreleirs 



Richard Lnylish- 
Viie-Pres/dent 

Peter Curry — 
President 



First Row: Sandra MacDougall, Donna Johnson, Diane Ristuccia, Nancy More, Cynthia Putnam, 
Charlene LaFort, Rosemarie Larrabee, Carolyn Ponte, Carole Murphy, Janette Munsey. Second 
Row: Paul Julien, Robert Kulin, Albert Mello, Ted Mareno, Joe Gillis, Ken May, Bob Hohmann, 
Dave Holl, Bob Hough. Third Row: Dave McPherson, Howard Lutz, Richard Lang, Richard 
Wellman, Robert Mosher, Steve Kilgore, Allen King, Philip Pilla. 



Koom 407 




First Row: Sharon Strum, Madeline Coroniti, Barbara Byrne, Judith Hammond, Nancy Jaquith, 
Patricia Hanley, Joan Sozanski, Cheri MacLeod, Faith Coye, Catherine Martin. Second Row: 
Nancy Hall, Karin Handel, Anne Corcoran, Jane Hennings, June Taylor, Ann Thorsson, Carol 
Brown, Maureen Cutler. 



Koom 04 




First Row: Carol Hyder, Kathie McCarthy, Kathy Mitchell, Donna Lingley, Susan LeBlanc, Carolyn Russell. Marcia 
Lickorai, Doris Bowman, Charlene Early. Second Row: Kathleen Kilcullen, Donald Durkee. David Maher, John Joyce, 
Gary Castanio, Richard Josephson, David Richards, Bert Hansen, Paul Curcio, Joanne Isaacson. Third Rou : Albert Peel, 
Richard Hill. Wayne Prophet, Philip Rhodes, James Brandt. Douglas Palm, Philip Teri, Paul Curley, Walter Cham- 
bers, James McElroy, Thomas Caferella. 



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Third Row: I .urv Wilbur. Roland Trott. Joe Williams. Thomas Rv.in. Robert Stem p SO O , Elon Sokes. Wokf Rich. Rob- 
Vurkus. Stephen Hr.idburv. John Allen, I arrv Rvan fa i R ; .,m Quagliozzi, Ed Sim- 

mons. Robert Hatch, Richard Weston. William Allen. Thomas White Edward Burke fohn Bogle, Mas Willadwr. 
Marie Hebert. Elaine Flynn. Claire Greaves. Alice Fleming. Linda Giardma. Diane H I iith Bui 

m Grasser, 



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F/Vj/ i?o^/ Jeraldine Wise, Sandra Santolucita, Joyce Bennett, Lorraine Thibeault, Angela Boucher, Donna Sennett, 
Carol Aucoin, Roberta Worthington, Judy Ansara, Linda Vitale. Second Row: Robert Pratt, Richard Rayne, Mark 
Rosen, Dana Smith, Steven Rosenberg, Lloyd Peacock, Courtney Rogers, Michael McDaniel, Thoma Grondin. Third Row: 
Brian Smith, Bernard Vanaria, Brian Ruscak, Arthur Frigault, Arthur Rosenberg, Alfred Rochon, Sumner Barbarick, 
Charles Smith, James Sinerate, Patrick Fedele. 



Koom 05 




First Row: Jean Murphy, Janice Waugh, Joanne Vincuilla, Nancy Morabeto, Maureen Mahoney. Second Row: Irene 
Samways, Dianne Gorgeone, Anna Mazzone, Diane Rigoli, Linda Maselli. Third Row: Linda Tobin, Constance Conti, 
Barbara Smith, Linda Kelloway. 



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Koom 114 




First Rou: Donna Hanson, Judy D'Onofrio. Mary Pictour, Martha Margeson. Elaine Kendall. Mary Nixon. Dianne 
Circeo, Virginia Nelson, Cheryl Morgan. Nancy Tirone. Second Rou : Kathleen Flaherty. Mary Murphy, Jean Simonttti. 
Lillian Bartleman, Joyce Couillard, Bernadette Pelletier, Kathleen McCullion. Margaret Shaw. Nancy Argonti. Nancy 
Suter, Jean Whitney, Barbara Lombardi. Annita Barlow. Martha Pickette. Barbara Roberts. Third Rou: Diane Barn- 
ford, Linda Cannizzo. James Hayes. Alfred Blanchard. Norman Thidemann. Steven DeVincent, Kevin Barnicle. Stev 
Salamone, Walter Cook, Walter Duddy, 'Patricia LaRosee, Lois Mazzola. 



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Koom 113 




First Rou: Vivian Bcuey, Jean Varlc\. Jean Home, Fvclvn Bomback, Carol Cain. Connie Cl.uk Martha He 
Mary Xo.ih. Marie Shannon, Maureen Roche Second Row: Walter H • \ I \ 

rilc Bofdenca, Margaret Fancy, Barbara Bell. Jeanette Abbondanzio. Diane Purdv. Sandv Rigoli. Arthur Bus- 

hcr. Wycliffi nd, John Lq Bruce Noah. Chester Caponi, I Neil, Fr 

Beninati, Richard Kaupelis, Al Cristofori, John Cappadona, Richard Clancy, Harold I 
mond H.m - 



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First Row: Teresa Waldron, Judy Long, Shirley Fegan, Pauline Tuccio, Paul Murphy, Margaret Ayoub, Diane DiBona, 
Alice' Thurston, Charlene Courtney. Second Row: Lucinda Potter, Dian Cote, Pat Leary, Roseanne Cacciatore, Jean 
Mancuso, Joan Annunziata, Muriel McManus, Sally Hunter, Gay Carbone, Elaine Niose, Norma Kruze, Kathryn Chais- 
son, Dawn Andrews, Priscilla Hayes, Sheila O'Neill, Hermie Le Forte. Third Row: Jim DeLuco, Ronald Hanninan, 
Stephen Santamaria, Lawrence Selig, Joe Casale, Larry LeClair, Richard Grenier, Martin Scafidi, Ed O'Connell. 




First Row: Mary Powers, Jeannette Tranchita, Delores Cardillo, Carol Norton, Mary A. Fay, Gertrude Collett, Patricia 
Despres, Mary DeYoung, Marilyn Lucas. Second Row: Julia Connors, Marie Costello, Nancy Prime, Cecelia LeBlanc, 
Diane Kingsley, Linda Slack, Betty Jean Landry, Beverly Cremin, Jane Toroyan, Sharon Sullivan, Jeanne Bonica. 
Third Row: Beverly Cincotta, James Geary, Ja'mes McGonigle, Stephen Spaulding, Robert Hindle, Raymond Burke, John 
Bononi, Robert DeCecca, Christine Edmunds, Marie Leger. 



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Room 118 




Fir'/ Row: John Range, Ronald Rutkoski. Kenneth Bentley, James Ahlman, Richard Colins, Andrew Toner. William 
Kresser, Richard Sheard, Michael Hanlon, Ronald Silva. Christopher Brigandi. Richard Vitale. Second Row: Canden 
LeBlanc, Richard Culver, Paul Brennan, Donald Brannely Karen Carlmane. Elaine Semenchuk. Barbara Ciraso. Diane 
Forsythe, Phylliss Crossland, Rosemary Connerney, Henry Ahbondanzio. Front Rou: Bertha Collette. Mary Leonard, 
Catherine Nelson, Patricia Glovasky. Gail Hamilton, Patricia Hall, Diane Doucette. Joyce Chase, Barbara Beck, Betty 
Landry. 



K00M211 




Fir<t Ron: Robert Mega, Richard Pa-v.ino. Arthur Butman, Robert Xocero. John Goihmal. John Cripps. Michael White- 

house, James Harrington, Jeffry Dorin. Robert Frederick- v i R Ann Disforge, Beatrice Fostein, Due I 

r.ili.n. Robert Clark. M.irk Chavez, Daw Neodico, William Omuti. Philip Harris. Tom Flos.,. P.uil Granchcl 
Dicks. Ruth Goldman Third Row: Sus.in Geurre. Phillis Bcrkman. Sylvia Johanscn. Man- Blongastainer. 
Deueault, Martha Childs. Barbara Hiruter. Ann Pomcrle.ui. Judy Thorne. Pa* 



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Koom 01 




First Row: Janet Whelan, Margaret Newfell, Francis Waht, Marcia Parkhurst, Judy Shadrawy, Nancy Leonard, Barbara 
Nevard, Diane Rynn, Anne O'Keefe. Second Row: David Folsom, Peter Curry, Gary Dunbrack, James Fair, Robert 
Dean, Thomas Cahill, Joe Worcester, Russell Chamberlain. Third Row: Joe Bradley, Paul Palmer, Stewart Anderson, 
Wayne Abbott, Richard Cocivera, Robert Curry, James Blaikie, Peter Gibson. 



Koom 02 




First Rote: Susanne Taylor, Laurie Stanton, Janet Boudreau, Barbara Bonney, Mary Stankard, Ernestine Tomao, Jean- 
nette Geoff rion, Barbara Scalia. Second Row: Adrienne Stevens, Sandra Young, John Peaslee, Gary McElhiney, Joseph 
Kirley, Don Kruger, Terrence McNamara, Donald Hamilton, Joel Weiner, Suzanne Stewart, Jane Young, Nancy Pan- 
caldo. Third Row: Paul Porier, Steven Gruber, Stephen Goodman, Bruce Kennedy, Francis Aucoin, Stephen Pittorino, 
Larry LeBrun, Robert Goldstein, Leif Larson, Frank Peace, Louis Vassalotti, Russell Milholland, Kenneth Walsh. 



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Sally Madden, Secretary; Doris Loeser, Vice-President; Marilyn Doria, Treasurer; 
Richard Bazillion. President. 



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The Debating Club, under the direction of Mr. Jeremiah Donovan, participated in debates with New- 
ton High School, Watertown High School, and Brookline High School. Among the topics debated were: 
Resolved: that the United Nations should be significantly strengthened; that the United States should 
resume diplomatic relations with Cuba; that federal aid to education should be extended to private 
schools. Proponents of the argument are: Ernest Ansara, Barbara Arsenualt, Richard Bazillion, Joanne 
Bergman, Richard Cocivera, Elsa Durkee, Lyndalle Falvey, Robert Fiorelli, Philip Johnson, Ruth John- 
son, Dana Katz, George Marshall, James McElroy, Neal Poole, Mark Rosen, Sandra Santolucito, Arthur 
Schriberg, Sandra Young and Rolf Stahlheber. 

President of the society is Joanne Bergman. Ruth Johnson and Barbara Arsenault are recording and 
corresponding secretaries respectively. Arthur Shribcrg is keeper of the exchequer. The honorary Presi- 
dent is Marilyn Doria. 




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Pep Squad 









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future Zeaekers of America 




Bottom, left to right: Leslie Ectman, Judy Cambal, Lenny O'Brien, Noreen Cooke. Cathy Battaglia, Judy Berley, Lyndall Falvey. Top. 
left to right: Miss Tahaney, Virginia Reilly, Pat Brueck, Dot De Vincent, Susan Soles, Bernice Bright, Roberta Restieri, Sue Kessler, 
Eileen Garside, Anne Doorakian, Sue DeStefano, Judy Campisi, Sandra Sessi, Sylvia Reese. 



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1961 saw the addition of a new club to Waltham 
High School. A member of a nation-wide high school 
organization, the Future Teachers of America serves to 
enlighten pupils who are going into the teaching profes- 
sion as to the various methods and techniques of teach- 
ing at all levels of education. Meetings and discussions 
with educators and practice teachers form an important 
part of the year's activities. Miss Eleanor Tahaney is 
faculty advisor. 




Zhis Week at Walt ham Migh 



Marilyn Doria 




"THIS WEEK AT WALTHAM 
HIGH" is a newspaper column pub- 
lished weekly in the NEWS TRIBUNE. 
Student reporters write about club ac- 
tivities, school news, sports, and special 
events. The experience gained from this 
journalistic activity aids the students to 
prepare for future literary careers. 



Florence Patti 




EDITORIAL STAFF: E. Richelson, J. Kennedy, F. Patti, M. Doria, C. Kenney. R. Genova, S. Madden, J. Cahill. L. Mula. R 
Bazillion, N. Poole, L. Yeamans, R. Johnson, J. Bergman, D. Granchelli, S. Kessler, S. Cross, R. Stahlheber. 




VOCATIONAL EDITORS: Everett Dalla Costa. 
John Edmunds, Francis Maz;rarini. James Cove, 
David O Neil 




Gift from editors 




Sarheoie 



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Cibrary 
Council 



Sitting: Judy Berly, Pamela Agrillo, 
Francine Ballas, Susan Frye, Diane 
Bornback, Noella Ouelette, Judith 
Cambal, Ruth Johnson, Pauline Bra- 
tenas, Ann Doorakian, Barbara Arse- 
nault, Diane Houde. Back Row: Ann 
Fucci, Janet Pittari, Sally McCullough, 
Mrs. Flynn, Margaret Manzon, Diane 
Jackson, Marilyn Foster, Janice Cop- 
son, Carol Viola, Bernice Bright, Linda 
Bishop, Mary Kelton, Noreen Cooke, 
Patricia Brueck, Janet Wiker, Janet 
Swift, Madeline Brandon, Betty Ware- 
ing, Evelyn Falter, Bev Moldoff. 



Omics 
Club 



Sitting: G. Gustavson, P. Swenson, 
F. Demeo. Standing: G. Morrison, 
P. Benson, P. Jacquith, C. Fredrick- 
son, R. Yamartino. 





Science 
Seminar 



First Row: Thomas Ryan, Robert 
Stempson, Dave Holt, Steven Good- 
man, Thomas Cafarella, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Donald Durkee. Second Row: 
James Blaikie, James McElroy, Anth- 
ony Filosa, David McPherson, Geof- 
frey Dorin, Gary McElhiney. Third 
Row: Sandra Santolucito, Mark Rosen, 
Courtney Rogers, Philip Rhodes, Jo- 
seph Bergantino, Paul Julien, Carl 
Fredrickson, Paul Benson, James Fair, 
Bob Yamartino, Glenn Gustavson, 
Peter Gibson, Robert Kulin, Paul 
Granchelli. Not in Picture: John Mor- 
rison, John Fucci, Dick Meserve, Bob 
Porter. 




M?- Musson's 
Staff 

Sitting: left to right — Patricia Clancy. 
Joan Crusco. Donna Miller. Mildred 
Duddy, Nancy Turner. Standing: 
left to right — Karen Le Blanc. Jo- 
anna Cahill, Diane Vaccarello, Pam- 
ela Moore, Paula Curry. Carol Chais- 
son. Ann Farnsworth. Marie Orifice. 



Main Office 
Staff 



Sitting: left to right — Patricia Powers, 
Diane Bornback, Marie Ferro, Sandra 
Markham. Standing: left to right — 
Catherine Battaglia, Donna Miller. Pa- 
tricia Brueck, Lynne Yeamans, Mil- 
dred Duddy, Carol Chaisson, Marilyn 
Aronson. 





2/0 Staff 



Sitting left to right I(- '•! ! | 
Diane Granihclli. Francme Ballas. 
M.ine Fcrro S 

— Bemadinc Ristuccia. Judith Cam- 
h.il. Carol Chamon. Sue 
Kathleen Battaglia, Harriet BfOwndL, 
Kathleen T><ohil 



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A.V Squad 

Kneeling, left to right — R. English, V 
Camuti, R. Doucette, C. Parkinso 
Sitting — P. Jacquith, L. Coffin, ( 
Marshall, C. Terrell,- R. Farr, L. Swe; 
son. Standing — Fred Demeo, S. Ki 
gore, D. Smith, L. Selig, R. Grenie 
D. Garrahan, W. O'Donnell, P. Be 
son, C. Frederickson, D. Folsom, M 
Donovan. 



Crimson 
Key 



First Row, left to right — Leonard 
Gibson, Captain David Smith, John 
Milmore, Neil McPhee, Raymond 
Vitale, Edward Harrigan, Raymond 
Stahl, Charles Freeman. Second Row, 
left to right — Brian Duffy, William 
Enos, Herbert Morang, Elliott Richel- 
son, Robert Mondene, George Ing- 
lis, Robert Keeler, George Marshall, 
Richard Meserve, Peter Clark, Peter 
Jacquith, Lawrence Coffin. 





Mawon 
Squad 

First Row, left to right — J. Bergman 
J. Campisi, B. Colvin, P. Clancy, J 
Barber, B. O'Brien, S. Butler, P 
Brueck, L. Ectman. Second Row, lef 
to right — D. Stevenson, F. Forte, P 
Agrillo, R. Johnson, L. Yeamans, P 
Marden, C. Russell, R. Restieri, M 
McCorey, B. Restuccia, S. Sessi, R 
Vitale, L. Gibson. Third Row, left ti 
right— -W. Hamilton, N. McPhee, D 
De Vincent, P. Bratenas, C. Whitney 
J. O'Connell, D. Granchelli, S. West 
cott, A. Fredericks, S. Steele, S. Rallis 
E. Garside, S. Lydon, F. Tortola, P 
Clark. 




Football 



Ray runs over field killing clock in upset over Haverhill. 




Donny runs for second TD. 





I C .lpt.uns 
RAY VITAI.E CHARLIE FREEMAN 





Hold that line 



Jack blocks p 



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SUBURBAN 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 1 

Waltham 1 

Waltham ...1 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Waltham 



DOUG MARTIN 



FRANK FORTE 



WOODY SAVAGE 



CRIMSOi 






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FRED TOROLA 



ED REED 



Sis,-,,/* !,« _,. 



First Row: J. Lentini, G. Pittorino, D. Stevenson, D. Mo 
reale, F. Forte, J. Estabrook, T. Hardy, C. Freeman, R. V 
tale, F. Tortola, E. Reed, W. Hamilton, D. Martin, ^ 
Savage, D. O'Neil. Second Row: R. Patten, D. Carmiscian 
D. Hartwell, B. Courtney, J. Orifice, D. Larson, J. Dio 
B. Allenberg, T. Faloso,G. Moulton, R. Lopez, T. Russ 






J. DADDONA 



D. CHARLTON 



J. KROL 



JERRY PITTORINO 

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TONY RUSSO 



With a new coach and an enthusiastic team 
Waltham High opened its I960 football season 
on September 24. Head coach John Krol, ex- 
Dartmouth star, replaced Mr. Joseph Zeno. 
Another new addition to the staff this year was 
Mr. Henry Woronicz, former Boston College 
great. 

Because of the lack of spring practice and 
the loss of all-scholastic quarterback Larry Zeno, 
who had moved to the West Coast, Waltham 



LEAGUE 




Maiden 


...26 


Brookline 


...38 


Arlington 


...32 


Haverhill 


... 6 


Maiden Catholic 


.15 


Nashua 


...44 


Brockton 


...60 


Newton 


... 


Somerville 


20 



1960 









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DAVE ONEILL 



TERRY HARDY 



JACK ESTABROOK 



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T. Lucas, P. Jannoni, A. Domings, R. Fiore. A. Barber. K. 
May, G. Kinsman, B. Crowley, B. Pantanclla. Third Row: 
P. Catino, C. Bentley, R. English. V. Doucet. T Mareno. 
C. Wilson, A. Grote. P. Thiffault, D. Weston, D. Kruger, 
'D. Carme, A. Toner, A. Mello. D Vitale, T. Cormier, K. 
Hargreaves,.D. Modica, 



JOF I.ENTIM 



DAVE MORREALE 




H. WORONICZ 



H O'BRIEN 



T CHIARELLI 



High got off to a slow start. However, with 
each game there was improvement until \\c 
succeeded in upsetting a powerful Haverhill 
team and shutting out our arch-rival Newton. 

Se v e n t e en boys from the class o\ 1961 led by 
co-captains Charlie Freeman and Raj Yitalc 
sparked the team with their efforts. Ray Vitale 
was the recipient o\ the "Most Valuable Player" 
trophy while Eddie Reed received the M 
Improved Player" award. 




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FOOTBALL 

BASKETBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 



First Roir: Sally Madden, Pauline Bratenas, captain Anne Fredericks, Margie Cannistraro, 
Marcia Anderson. Second Row: Birdie Ristuccia, Sandy Sessi, Sue Lydon, Chris Murphy, Sally 
McCullough, Leslie Ectman. 



Advisor 
MISS HOGAN 



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CROSS COUNTRY 






SCHEDULE 



Waltham 36 

Waltham 44 

Waltham 28 

Waltham 47 

Waltham 36 

Waltham 15 

Waltham 24 

Waltham 34 

Waltham 33 



Natick _._ -- - 19 

Belmont - 17 

Newton — 27 

Maiden 15 

Catholic Memorial 19 

Winchester 50 

Canton 31 

Brookline — 21 

Newton - -—59 





Front Row: D. Holl, D. Lang, capt. K. Morash, Coach Gould, manager P. Brueck, J. Crane, 
B. Stempson. Second Row: F. Viles, D. Jackson, T. Eastler, D. Meserve, D. Babineau, B. 
Lelieuvre, V. Nicolai. Third Row: D. Littlefield, L. Gibson, C. Rogers, J. Leone, J. Niose, 
J. Ledger. 

For the first time at Waltham High School, a cross country 
team was formed under the direction of Coach Lee Gould. The 
campaign consisting of 9 meets was led by captain Ken Morash, 
with a supporting cast of senior teammates including: Lenny Gib- 
son, Brian Duffy, Billy Rodrigues, and Jerry Leone. 

Although we were up against very strong teams, we succeeded 
in beating Canton and our arch-rival Newton. 





Captain Ken Morash 



They're off 



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BASKETBALL 







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BILL 

RETIPAS 



SUBURBAN LEAGUE 



Waltham 34 

Waltham 37 

Waltham 53 

Waltham 45 

Waltham 55 

Waltham 38 

Waltham 40 

Waltham 39 

Waltham 37 

Waltham 61 

Waltham 41 

Waltham 57 

Waltham 64 

Waltham 35 

Waltham 52 

Waltham 37 

Waltham 55 

Waltham .36 

Waltham 64 

Waltham 29 



Rindge 62 

Ringe 53 

Brockton 33 

Brockton 75 

Cambridge 51 

Cambridge 40 

Arlington 44 

Arlington 59 

Nashua .49 

Watertown 39 

Watertown 39 

Newton 35 

Newton 42 

Brookline 5 1 

Brookline 60 

Archbp. Williams 70 

Newton South 54 

Newton South 59 

Belmont 60 

Somerville .70 





BILL 

RODRIGUES 



From— Ball Boy— McGann. First Rou—D. Larson, B. DuffY. R. Vitale. B. Petipas, L. Peacock. 
C. Grindrod. Back Row — R. Burke, D. Kruger, G. Moulton, P. Gracetfa 




COACHES 




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Varsity— A. QUINX 



Junior VarMtv K HARDING 



With only two tirst stringers returning from the previous vcar 
Coach Quinn was Faced with the serious problem of rebuilding the 
W.H.S. basketball team. Faithfully agisted b iptaios Brian Duffy 

and Ray Vitale, he produced a team which gave a superb all-round 
effort during the I960 1961 season. 



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HOCKEY 



CHEERLEADERS 



L to R — Patty Brueck, Sandy Markham, Eileen Garside, Judy Campisi, Captain 
Dottie De Vincent, Joan Crusco, Diane Granchelli, Judi Glossa, Joanna Cahill. 




Advisor: MISS BREASON 




HOCKEY 




The faceoff 





Shoot it in 







Our defense men in action 




Captain 
TIM COUS1 NS 




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Waltham 
Walthun 

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First Row: D. Littlefield, J Esrabrook, J. Leger, K. Mar. I 
Brophy, J. Melanson. D. Magner. S. Brinn. C O'Xeil. B. Fostei 
Second Rou: P. Curry. R. Charaberlain. W. Abbott T. Eastler. C 
Xiemyski. N. McPhee, T. Doucet. T. Cousens. B Cincotta E 
Keller, D. ^STes-oo. A. McCarthy 



JACK ESTABROOK 



The WilrJiam High School hockey team, 
chosen as a title contender before the season 
began, presented a lineup with as much 
perience as any team in the league. Included 
were the top scoring G.B.I, line of Captain Tim 
Cousens, Frank Keller, and Xeil McPhee. Xeil 
took all honors as the G.B.I. League's top scorer 



s: 



LEAGUE 

Brookline 2 

Medford 2 

Arlington 2 

Newton 2 

Cambridge 

Somerville 1 

Rindge 2 

Brookline 2 

Medford 3 

Arlington 6 

Newton . 2 

Cambridge 2 

Somerville 2 

Rindge .... 1 

B. C. High ..... 2 





FRANK KELLEY 




LARRY BROPHY 



with 20 puis and s. Coach Walter 

Brinn was certainly proud of his boys when 
they launched a berth in the State Hockey Tour- 
ney. They then went ahead to beat Charles- 
town 3-0 before succumbing to Bay State cham- 
pion. Norwood. 




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LARRY DAN IH S 



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BASEBALL 1960 




Captain— NEIL McPHEE 



The I960 campaign was the 
most successful in the modern 
baseball history of our school. 
Under first-year coach Ray Yet- 
ten the Waltham team became 
co-champion of the Suburban 
League and went on to reach 
the semi-finals of the Eastern 
Massachusetts Tourney before 
being eliminated by St. John's 
Prep. 

The 1961 W.H.S. nine 
should be just as strong down 
the middle. The returning sen- 
iors are catcher Ray Vitale, sec- 
ond baseman Neil McPhee, and 
centerfielder Buddy Lando. 



SUBURBAN LEAGUE 





BASEBALL SCHEDULE 




Waltham 


9 


Brockton 


3 


Waltham 


10 


Brockton 


3 


Waltham 


- 5 


Arlington 


1 


Waltham 


6 


Arlington 


4 


Waltham 


19 


Rindge 


2 


Waltham 


15 


Rindge 


1 


Waltham ... 


3 


Brookline - 


- 7 


Waltham ..... 


4 


Brookline 


3 


Waltham 


1 


Watertown 


- 3 


Waltham 


17 


Watertown 


6 


Waltham 


16 


Newton 


10 


Waltham 


6 


Newton 





Waltham 


3 


Cambridge 


2 


Waltham 


6 


Cambridge 


3 


Waltham 


2 


Brookline 


1 


Waltham 


4 


Melrose - 


1 


Waltham ..... 


5 


Belmont ., - 


2 


Waltham 





St. John's 


3 



COACH YETTEN 



CO-CHAMPIONS 




First Row — E. Noke, M. Sullivan, M. Skane, A. Crane, L. Zeno, R. Bergeson, R. Vitale. Second 
Row — B. Lando, J. Lucchese, W. Barrick, G. Moulton, N. McPhee, S. Brinn, Coach R. Yetten. 



The winning run 



Put him out 





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W.H.S. TEAMS 1961 



SWIM TEAM 




Front Ron Y RiilicUon. Coacfa Elliott, E H.ir 
nt;.»n Second Rou P G.irber. 1. KirK 
Cah.ll. 



First Rou B Potlcr, R Delam W I itlit. P Siano. R Hard.nc 
E. Bvron. W inell. A K Q| P Clark. R I'hl.n. 

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GIRLS' SPORTS 



S. Shea 







As we send the 1961 Minor to press, we wish to make the following acknowl- 
edgments: 




Most of all we wish to thank Mr. Thomas 
Xevlon. our faculty advisor, for his enthusiasm 
and unceasing effort to make this Mirror the best 
that Waltham High has had. We know that 
many times we would have failed had it not 
been for Mr. Xeylon's constant hard work, 
guidance, and creative ideas. 



MR. THOMAS F. XEYLOX. TR. 



As you look through the yearbook you imme- 
diatelv notice the excellent sketches which ap- 
pear on the pages. For his enthusiastic aid and 
constructive criticism we wish to thank Mr. Paul 
Shea. Art Supervisor of the Waltham Public 
Schools. 




MR. PAUL D. SHEA 



The Editors also wish to express thanks to Mr. William Gallagher and Mr. 
James Westall, our headmasters, for the many kindnesses which they accorded 
us while we were producing this book. 



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FRIENDS OF WALTHAM HIGH 



Dr. Peter Angelo 

Dr. A. P. Bloomenthal 

P. Gerard Cahill, Attorney 

Cahill-Delaney-Lawson, Attorneys 

Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cambal 

Dr. J. J. Caravaglio 

Felix E. Cincotta, Attorney 

Dr. Samuel Cohn 

Coleman and Sons, Realtors 

Michael J. Connolly, Attorney 

William H. Curnyn, Attorney 

Dr. Louis Cutler 

Richard Dacey and John Jenney, Attorneys 

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Decola 

Norman Diamond, D.M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Falvey 

Arthur Finn, Attorney 

Flynn and Flynn, Attorneys 

Foster and Foster, Attorneys 

A Friend 

Dr. Leon Ginsburg 

John Hanagan, D.M.D. 

Irad B. Hardy, M.D. 

Harnish, Mansfield, Marsh, and MacDonald 

Harvey, Bannan, and Bannan 

Dr. E. Stanley Hobbs, Jr. 

J. M. Karasoff, D.V.M. 

Dr. Arthur Lanagan 

John J. Larkin, D.M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester MacArthur 

Bernard MacDonald, D.M.D. 

Dr. John D. Meola 

Richard J. Monahan, Attorney 

Dr. John L. Morrison 

Dr. Roderick J. O'Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Reilly 

Harold B. Reilly, D.D.S. 

Harvey J. Resh, Attorney 

Mayor Austin D. Rhodes 

William H. Russell 

James V. Smith, Attorney 

John J. Sweeney, M.D. 

Anthony A. Vanaria, D.D.S. 

Webb, Webb, and Martin 

Dr. Warren G. Young 

Loyal Order of Moose, Waltham Lodge 1018 

Sons of Italy #648 

Waltham Elks, Local 933 

Nicholas Semenza, M.D. 



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Room 013 



MR. GARRAHAN 




Walter Currier 
Yvonne Hefferle 
Carol Johnson 
Ru+h Johnson 
Daniel Jones 
Robert Keeler 
Carole Kehoe 
Frank Kelley 
Patricia Kelley 
Janet Kelly 
Carol Kenney 
Eileen Keough 
Susan Kessler 
Richard King 
Carol Kingsley 
Philip Kingsley 
David Kinsley 



Peter Kinsley 
Judy Kochenderfer 
Salvatore Lando 
Gerard Leone 
Mary Livermore 
Doris Loeser 
Ann Lorentz 
James Lucchese 
Norman MacDonald 
Frank MarobeHa 
George Marshall 
Douglas Martin 
William Maxwell 
Laurence Mazzone 
Robert McEihiney 
Neil McPhee 
William Reynolds 



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Koom 102 



MISS MAC QUARRIE 



Elaine Caruso 
Elaine Chisholm 
Dianne Clare 
Vincent Corcoran 
Joan Crusco 
Camille DePres 
Donna Drake 
Sheila Dubie 



Jacquelyn LeBlanc 
Barbara LeClaire 
Judith MacDonald 
Joan MacQuarrie 
Donna Miller 
Carol Mosca 
Elaine Natoli 




Mildred Duddy 
Susan Frye 
Joan Gardner 
Margaret Gauthier 
David Gray 
Irene Hayes 
Francis Jenkins 
Judith Kennedy 



JoAnne Ordile 
Nancy Pellegrino 
Patricia Piper 
Patricia Powers 
Carmela Radosta 
Ann Rivers 
Charles Ryan 
Monda Sawyer 



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Kcom 106 



MISS HOGARTY 



Janet Alspach 
Carolyn Ansara 
Betty Beninati 
Vincet Berinato 
Sherry Butler 
Carol Caney 
Pauline Cappadona 
Carol Catton 
Leon Duprez 
Edward Edmunds 
Catherine Falzone 
Patricia lannetti 
Mary Kelton 
Janice Lawler 
Mary Lou Leary 



Candace Long 
Janet MacQueen 
Elaine Mahan 
Carol Marmonti 
Patricia Noble 
Lynn Oberly 
Barbara O'Brien 
Rosanne Orlando 
Anna Pasquali 
David Purdy 
Janice Recine 
Barbara Rochon 
Patricia A. Roy 
Brenda Tedesco 
Janyce Wood 




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Koom 107 



MISS MOONEY 




Roland Anderson 
Francine Ballas 
Dianne Bedford 
Diane R. Bornback 
Nancy M. Burke 
Rose M. Chiasson 
Laurence Coffin 
James Comeau 
Paula J. Curry 
Patricia M. Daly 
Carol D. De Saulniers 
Theresa P. Di Gregorio 
Ann Shirley Farnsworth 
Gloria Jean Fitch 
Diane M. Fitzsimmons 
Diane L. Granchelli 
Diane M. Lembo 
Sandra Markham 



Patricia E. Mazzola 
Mary Jane Messia 
Jeanne M. McDonnell 
Patricia Prophet 
Patricia Rigola 
Elizabeth J. Rose 
Barbara Rumson 
Yvonne Samson 
Janet Smith 
Elaine K. Soberg 
Claudette Sookian 
Nadine M. Sozanski 
Sandra L Storer 
Sandra J. Tomao 
Nancy R. Tuite 
Nancy L. Turner 
Barbara M. Walazek 
Linda Lee Wheeler 



Judy F. Young 



I6I 



Room 112 



MISS TAHANEY 



John Ahlman 

e~ce A-nold 
C nt Beaudette 
Peter Beck 
Charles Benson 
John Coxall 



Paul LeBlanc 
Philip LeBlanc 
Ronald LeBlanc 
Wendell Light 
Francis Mandile 
William McDonald 




Bernard Demelle 
Clement Dolan 
Peter Falzone 
Thomas Ferriclc 
Marie Ferro 
M. Francis Gray 
Donald Guiliette 
Roland Hall 
William Harding 
Robert- Hertz 
Elroy Hill 
George Johnston 
Robert Keane 



Shirley Walton 



James Murphy 
Marie Orifice 
Ronald Percy 
Sally Putnam 
John Quaranto 
Donald Rudman 
Kenneth Sawyer 
Raymond Stahl 
Kenneth Sumner 
Ruth Tyree 
Jane Vaglica 
Arthur Vellante 
Ronald Vincuilla 



162 



Koom 201 



MRS. GOLDINGS 



Meredith Abbott 
Grant Adrian 
Pamela Agrillo 
Marcia Anderson 
Diane Archibald 
Gary Archibald 
Allen Aronson 
Marilyn Aronson 
Barbara Arsenault 
Ann Babstock 
Fred Bailey 
Judith Barber 
Richard Bartleman 
John Basile 
Catherine Battaglia 
Richard Baziilion 
William Benoit 



Pauline Berard 
JoAnne Bergman 
Judith Berly 
Linda Bishop 
Richard Bomengen 
Charles Bond 
Pauline Bratenas 
Larry Brophy 
Bernice Bright 
Allen Brown 
David Cail 
Robert Cannistraro 
Albert Capoccia 
Richard Catavolo 
Brian Demeo 
Diane Houde 
JoAnne Leone 



Rolf Stahlheber 




1 63 






Koom 205 



MRS. KEENAN 




Lawrence Bonfillio 
Elaine De Vincent 
Irad Hardy 
Lauren MacArthur 
Eugene O'Neil 
Cynthia Russel 
William Sullivan 
Robert Swajian 
Ruth Sweet 
Lennart Swenson 
Philip Swenson 
Curtis Talbot 
Nicholas Tammaro 
Arthur Tate 
Charles Terrell 
Fred Tortola 



David Towne 
Laurnece Tremblay 
Sam Tuccio 
Barry Urquhart 
James Veiking 
William Vincuilla 
Carol Viola 
Raymond Vitale 
Betty Wareing 
Richard Westall 
Susanne Westcott 
Carol Whitney 
Janet Wilcer 
Ruth Wright 
Lynne Yeamans 
Ted Zagwyn 



164 



Koom 208 



MR. EAMES 



Patricia Brueck 
Judith Cambal 
Judith Campisi 
Marge Cannistraro 
Shirley Centola 
Carole Chaisson 
Edward Chiasson 



Timothy Cousens 
Connie Curnyn 
Richard Cutter 
John Daly 
Fred Demeo 
Judith Desmond 
Dot De Vincent 




Richard Chiasson 
Lawrence Cianci 
Patricia Clancy 
Peter Clark 
Barbara Colvin 
Noreen Cooke 
Peter Cornwell 



James Dyke 
Brian Duffy 
John Edmunds 
William Enos 
Jon Estabrook 
Ronald Evans 
Walter Grasser 



Marca Sennett 
Beatrice Vrsco 



65 



Room 214 



MISS DARMEDY 



Raymond Daniels 
Susan Di Stefano 
Ann Doorakian 
Marilyn Doria 
Kathleen Driscoll 
Leslie Ectman 
Lyndalle Falvey 
Robert Farr 
Gerald Fay 
Carol Fieldler 
Judith Flaherty 
Carole Forbes 
Frank Forte 
Marie Frechette 
Ann Fredericks 
Charles Freeman 
Thomas Frizzell 



Richard Fucci 
John Fulton 
Patricia Garber 
Eileen Garside 
Byron Getchell 
Leonard Gibson 
Kathleen Goyette 
Anthony Graceffa 
Nancy Hamilton 
Wayne Hamilton 
John Hanagan 
Lorraine Hart 
George Inglis 
Peter Jaquith 
Philip Johnson 
Sharon Mac Askill 



Donna Dickie 




1 66 



Kocm 307 



MISS HIRST 




Kathleen Lunny 
Susan Lydon 
Janice Mackin 
Carol Marchant 
Pamela Marden 
Susan Martin 
Marie McCorry 
Catherine McLaughlin 
Elinor Melody 
Edward Mitchell 
Elaine Mobilia 
Edward Mogan 
Robert Mondene 
Herbert Morang 
Kenneth Morash 
Gordon Morrison 



Warren Mosher 
Frank Mrosczcyk 
Julie Muller 
Christine Murphy 
Roberta Noke 
Leonard O'Brien 
Janet O'Connell 
William O'Donnell 
William O'Hara 
Daniel O'Mara 
Mark Paladina 
Richard Pantanella 
William Paquette 
Charles Parkinson 
Frederick Pazzano 



167 






Koom 30$ 



MR. YETTEN 



Lenore Ouellette 
Noella Ouellette 
Florence Patti 
Charlotte Philbrick 
Richard Pomeroy 
Scott Power 
Diane Pugsley 
Joseph Quinn 



William Rodriques 
Patricia Roy 
Michael Russo 
Wodrow Savage 
Cynthia Sawin 
Richard Scanlon 
Nancy Semenza 
Sandra Sessi 




Sandra Rallis 
Edward Reed 
Sylvia Reese 
Virginia Reilly 
Roberta Restieri 
Bernadine Ristuccia 
Kevin Ritcey 
Bonnie Robertson 



Pauline Simeone 
Charles Skinner 
David Smith 
Susan Soles 
Kevin Stankard 
Sandra Steele 
Donald Stevenson 
Michele Tumminelli 



Sandra Welton 



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Congratulations and Very Best Wishes 
to Each Member of the Class of 1961. 

Your school, your family and all of Waltham are proud of your accomplish- 
ments. As the years go by and you look back at Waltham High think also 



of "Your Home" 



BECAUSE: 



There's more to a home than a house on the street; 

It's more than a place to sleep-in and eat; 

It's more than a gathering cove for the night; 

It's more than a glow and the cheer of its light. 

It it's a home it's the place where your mind is at rest; 

It's the place that you work for and dream of as best; 

It's a kingdom of tenderness here upon earth, 

Where the aged are sheltered and the children have birth. 

It's the place where your love is, your hope's finest goal, 

The place where you get breathing room for your soul; 

It's the place where your failures are not advertised, 

A spot where your virtues are well emphasized. 

If under your roof-tree pure love has its seat, 

Then there's more to your home than a house on the street. 

COMPLIMENTS OF: 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 

Realtor 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH, 3rd. 

Insurance 

WELTON D. BROWN 

Property Management 



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- '> ~~ — k, » ^ 


— FAVORS 


•.'=:-._$ — " 


■*: - es 


Jeweler of : - ' 


School Rings 77 


ELLERY P. 


KOCH 


21 Watertw 


:e tz 




'.'-:: 







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Compliments of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

155 Lexington St. 

Waltham 

TW 3-3370 


LEW'S 
FASHION SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 


GIVE YOUR CAR a ,j f 


We Invite You to the 

CHARTERHOUSE RESTAURANT 

Featuring Delicious Roast Beet, 

Steaks, and Baked Stuffed Lobster 

BANQUET FACILITIES CAN 

ACCOMODATE FROM 15-150 

CHARTERHOUSE MOTOR HOTEL 

Rt. 128— Exit 42A 

at Winter St., Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-8700 


' ~~~ — - s 


LOUIE'S AUTO SHOP 

General Repairs 

225 S. Newton St. 

TW 4-5689 


BENNET R. O'NEIL 

Prescription Optician 

ZENITH HEARING AIDS- 
BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES 

742 Main St. Telephone 
Waltham, Mass. TW 3-0654 


A FRIEND 


NEWTON ST. 
SERVICE STATION 

Calso Products 

Old Route 128— Corner River St. 

105 Newton St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 3-9631 


KIRKLAND 
INSTRUMENT CO. 

180 Bear Hill Road 

Waltham 54 < ^Xl # U^ > Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbrook 4-2228 

Designers and Mfgrs. 
of Custom Instruments 



171 



Best Wishes 
to the Senior Class 

IRVING B. MOORE 

65 High St. 
BOSTON 


PHONE: TWinbrook 3-0052 

NIAGARA 

NIAGARA MACHINE 
& TOOL WORKS 

Presses, Shears, Press Brakes, 
Machines and Tools for Plate and Sheet Metal Works 

NORMAN C. DRECHSEL 

Boston 500 Main Street 
District Manager WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


WALTHAM SPA 
CENTRAL SQ., WALTHAM 

Specializing in Fine Assortment 
of Sandwiches and Light Dinners 




SEE 

THE-GREATEST-SHOW- 

ON-WORTH 

—CHEVROLETS 

—CORVAIRS 

—CORVETTE 

On Display At 

BILL MITCHELL'S 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South St. 

WALTHAM 
TWinbrook 4-9000 


R. F. STUMPF JR. L. J. ARSENAULT 

AMERICAN SUPERIOR 
SHOE SERVICE CO. 

423 Lexington St. 
AUBURNDALE 

720 Moody St. 
WALTHAM 



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B. C. AMES 



Manufacturers of 
DIAL INDICATORS 
and 
DIAL MICROMETERS 



131 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



A. & F. TYPEWRITER CO. 

I.B.M. and Royal 

Electric Specialists 

Service — Sales — Rentals 

17 LEXINGTON STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 



TW 3-6607 



: ,i*il*w ,, 




TW 3-3921 



973 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

Factory Authorized 
Sales and Service 

EDDIE ROSSETON 



TWinbrook 3-8259 

HOUSE OF CARDS 

337 Moody Street 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments 
of 



J. F. & F. I. ROBINSON, 
INC. 



Day or Evenings 
By Appointment 



Dual Controls 



"Be A Better Driver" 

ERNIE'S DRIVING SCHOOL 

36 Harvard Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

ERNEST J. CARAMANICA T W 3-5930 

Instructor 



All Forms 
of Insurance 



73 



LINEAR ELECTRONICS 

TV Tubes 

Phonograph Needles 

Radio Batteries 

WHOLESALE PRICES 

109 Hammond St. 
TW 4-7300 



Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY 
SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 





GOING 
FORMAL! 



Let Us Enhance Your Starry-Eyed Plans 

for the Prom Season 

Exciting Formals From $25.00 

100 SUMMER STREET 

Boston 

DE 8-8033 



TOM LYONS 

Distributor 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 614 Moody St. 

TW 4-4900 TW 4-5550 

BUDGET TERMS 



TWinbroolt 4-5484 

WALTHAM ARMY 
AND NAVY STORE 

We Specialize in Clothing for the 
Younger Set and Camping Equipment 

480-482 MOODY STREET 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



174 



ROY'S 
ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Expert Repairs 

Road Service 

Tires — Batteries 

Tw 3-9478 Main and Banks 

Waltham 


m^Jk^™*™™^ 


PAUL M. GOLDMAN, Ph.G. 
C. EDWARD CHOBANIAN. B.S. 

Registered Pharmacists 

757 Moody St., Waltham Mass. 
Tel. TW 3-7980 


THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 


Compliments 
of 

TELE-RADIO 


Compliments 
of 

KARL MOTORS 

945 Moody St. 
TW 3-7100 



175 




THE 
FUTURE 

Raytheon offers you ! 








Electronics ... the fascinating field that creates 
tomorrow's marvels ... is today's fastest-growing 
major industry! That's why Raytheon, New Eng- 
land's leading electronics company, always has 
wonderful growth opportunities for bright young 
men and women at many of its plants. Before de- 
ciding on a career, why not drop in at one of our 
employment offices and see how rewarding your 
future can be. 

Mr. George O'Brien at the Watertown employ- 
ment office, 37 Galen Street, has further infor- 
mation. 



:xce//ence in 



RAYTHEON 



EUctronics 



RAYTHEON COMPANY 

Andover • Bedford • Brighton • Burlington ■ Lowell 
Maynard • Needham • Newton • Newton Highlands 
North Dighton • Quincy • Waltham • Wayland 
Pawcatuck, Conn. • Springdale, Conn. • Lewiston, Me. 
Hooksett, N. H. • Manchester, N. H. ■ Newport, R. I. 



RD-19 High School Mags. 



176 



Compliments of 

WAL-LEX 



60 Bowling Alleys 

Largest Roller Skating Rink 
in New England 

Most Picturesque Golfland 



LEXINGTON STREET 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

RISEBERGS 

286 Moody Street 

WALTHAM. MASS. 

"Your Teen Store in Waltham" 


Oldsmobile Sales and Service 

B & B MOTOR CO., INC. 

SETH JOHNSON l27 Linden Street 
General Manager WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TWinbrook 3-0782 


TWinbroolc 4-V*58 

20 Automatic Pin Setting 
Bowl Fast Machines 

A & A BOWLAWAY, INC. 

WALTHAM'S NEWEST RECREATION CENTER 

Proprietors 

ANTHONY J. CAMUTI 

ANTHONY J. LaCAVA cft c c . , 

50 Sun Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 


Open Sun. 2 to 1 1 p.m. 
Under New Management 

HOUSE OF 

PIZZA 

721 Moody St., Waltham 

• Italian-American Subs 

• PIZZA and Italian Dishes 

Catering to Clubs, Socials, etc. 

WE DELIVER— TW 3-9473 


Compliments 
of 

C. MALONE 
TRUCKING, INC. 


TWinbrook 4-6050 
wWWWV 

^^ <Sft) ENG1NEERING 

mj ^£E7 corporation 

179 Bear Hill Road 
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 

Furnaces • Vacuum • Conveyor • Pressure • Ovens 



178 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SUPER MARKET 

840 Main St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

World's Largest Meat Dept. 


WALTHAM 
RED CAB SERVICE 

fpr* TW 4-5000 

24 Hour Office: 
Radio 663 Main St. 
Dispatch Waltham, Mass. 


H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

344 Moody Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

Telephone 
TW 4-2880 


REED'S 
FILLING STATION 

Gives Their Compliments 
to the '61 Graduates 


Fellows, The Place for 
Your Haircuts is 

WAL-LEX 
BARBER SHOP 

Compliments of the 
BARBERS 


Tel. TWinbroolc 4-4107 

BERGERON COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers of 

SWISS AUTOMATIC 

SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 

50 Guinan Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


r> v 

ROUNDUP FOOD STORES 

34-36 Warren St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-9428 



179 



Compliment's 
of 

GRAPHIC MICROFILM 
OF NEW ENGLAND, INC 



On Route 128 at 1560 Trapelo Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY 



of Waltham 
633 Main Street 



WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 

600 Main St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BRANCH 

424 Trapelo Road 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BRANCH 

Lincoln Square 
NATICK, MASS. 



180 



JET SPRAY COOLER, INC. 


4^^^^+^^^ l95 Bear Hil1 Road P -°- Box 558 

^ jET\srx*v t WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

^^L mawm qf meat ^H 


TWinbrook 3-3250 


METROPOLITAN 


Compliments of 


PHARMACY 


IDEAL 




CONCRETE CO. 


Leonard Dubin, B.S., Reg. Pharm. 


Concrete and Cinder Blocks — Bricks 




Complete Line of Masons Supplies 


Tel. TW 4-3146 




1040 Lexington St. 


232 Lexington St. 


Waltham, Mass. 


WALTHAM, MASS. 




TW. 4-3206 



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Compliments of 

DAVID PHIPPS STUDIO 

Photographers for Three Generations 




873 Main St. 
TWinbroolc 3-343 



Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbroolc 3-4697 



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Compliments 
of the 

RANCH HOUSE 


TWinbrook 3-3615 

Formica Products 

and Counters 

For Home and Business 

NEW ENGLAND 
CHAIR CO. 

Manufacturers 

DINETTE SETS 

BREAKFAST NOOKS 

577 Main St., Waltham 
BOSTON WALTHAM 


WALTHAM 
REAL ESTATE CENTER 

745 Moody Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 4-4450 

Buyers and Sellers of 

Residential, Business 

and Commercial Prop. 


Compliments 
of 

METAL FABRICATORS 

73 POND STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 


WEST END SERVICENTER 

(tssg) 

809 Main Street 

(Corner of Bacon) 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

TOM MAGSAM PHONE TW 3-9338 


Compliments 
of 

HAMILTON 
JENNEY STATION 



83 



Congratulations to the 


Class of '61 


A. RUSSO & SONS, INC. 


Wholesale Fruit and Produce 


Distributors of COTT BEVERAGES 


WATERTOWN, MASS. 




Tel. TWinbroolc 4-9219 




SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 


Best Wishes 




to the 




Class of '61 


DANIEL A. McGOURTY 




Shoemaker 


CITY LINEN SERVICE 






Shoes Picked Up and Delivered 




469 Main St. (Opp. Newton St.) 




WALTHAM, MASS. 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF 1961 

LEO GALLITANO 


Compliments of 

PAQUETTE 
TOOL & DIE CORP. 

83 1/ 2 Beaver Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 

373 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 

Complete Line of Men's 
Clothing and Furnishings 

Also Complete Line of 
Formal Wear Rental 


COMPLETE BANKINC SERVICE 

^A\ U.IHX.H | II l/l ^ N VI U>\\| K\NK 

'" • ~- 95Mood T Sc 
[7 jl -g- rT I W.M... 54. »W 

MEMBER FEDERAL OEfOSIT INSURANCE CORFORATION 
MEMBER FEOERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 


TYPEWRITERS 
SOLD— RENTED— REPAIRED 

PETER PAUL 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

CO., INC. 

1 1 Pine St. Waltham 
TW 3-8920 



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FUN FOR EVERYONE AT 
128 TEN PIN 





Yes, indeed, bowling is truly 
family fun! You'll love help- 
ing the kids learn . . . and 
the kids love the excitement 
. . . bring 'em in, now! 

Open Daily 'Til Midnight 
Sundays, 1 P.M. to 1 1 P.M. 

P.S. Families love our pleasant 
atmosphere. 



it 40 Modern Ten Pin Lanes 
it Plush Snack Bar 
ir Acres of Parking 

Boivling's Fun for Everyone at . . . 

128 TEN PIN 

Rt. 128 at Winter St., Waltham 

Conveniently Located Between Routes 20 and 2 
OPEN BOWLING ALWAYS 



I WW 




AIR CONDITIONED 

For Your Dining Comfort 



Luncheons 
from 
95c 



ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 
TW 9-8189 — TW 9-2183 



Family 

Style 

Dinners 



Open Daily 11:30 A.M. to midnight 
Sat., 11:30 A.M. to I A.M.; Sun., noon till midnight 



CHINA TOWER 
RESTAURANT 

Chinese-American Foods 




;•: 



•II 





Henry Yee, Manager 






1074 LEXINGTON ST. WALTHAM 
Corner Trapelo Rd. Ample Free Parking 



187 



Congratulations to 
the 1961 Graduating Class 

IRWIN'S 
FURNITURE 

Complete Home Furnishings 
for Less 

877-879 Main St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 3-8575 

We Give S&H Green Stamps 


TAYLOR'S DRUG, INC. 

ROY A. TAYLOR JR., Reg. Ph. 

554 Moody Street 
WALTHAM MASS. 

Tel. TWinbroolc 4-4705 


Compliments of 

ALBERT L MELLO, 
INC. 

Building Contractors 

1378 Trapelo Road 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-7683 


Compliments 
of 

ABBOT MOTORS 


Compliments of 

JIMMIE'S 

MEN'S HAIRCUTTING SHOP 

AND SHAVING 

Bobbing 

903 MAIN ST. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

DEVINCENT 
BROTHERS 


Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbroolc 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 



188 



Good Luck 

+o the Seniors 

From 

Francine 

and 

Larry 


BANKS SQ. SHELL 
Service Station 

962 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

MEL MEZZONE, Prop. 


Lubrication 

Tune-Up and Repair Work 

Road Service 


Call TWinbroolc 4-9405 


TWinbroolc 4-4100 

WALTHAM 
MODEL WORKS, INC. 

Instruments for 
Science and Industry 

Experimental and General 
Machine Work 

CHARLES W. SHERMAN 238 Calvary Street 

Waltham, Mass. 


BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

384-386 Moody St. 

TW 3-7053 


Compliments 
of 

THE SPORT MART 

434 MOODY STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 


(bssex 

— "The Store for Dad and Lad" — 
TW 3-0230 336 MOODY STREET 

Complete 
Formal Rental Service 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


Compliments of 

PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 


DURRELL 
ELECTRONICS, INC. 

922 Main Street 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TWinbrook 3-7020 



89 



TO EACH 




OF THE 



CLASS OF 1961 AT 



OUR VERY BEST WISHES 




FOR EVERY SUCCESS 



THROUGHOUT 



YOUR LIFETIME . . . 




r\n55o ~^frt studios 



EST. 1900 




COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



\ .V 



190 



Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 

692 MAIN STREET 

Waltham, Mass TWinbroolc 3-4808 


^AROLE 
V^ LEANERS 

705 Moody Street 
WALTHAM 

Best Wishes for 
the Class of '61 


Compliments 
of 

NICKERSON 

& 

HILLS 

Paints — Art Supplies — Wallpaper 

917 Main Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVING 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 


Phone: TWinbrook 3-1 184 42^^. ^W 

^rtmanclo uL 
THE HAIR STYLIST * B M ■ 

651 Main St *J^T 
, «t W.Uh.m, Mm 

m To Ba W.ll Dra.tad. 

Ba Hair Dratiad .* 


TWinbrook 4-0423 
Res. TWinbroolc 3-0423 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING 

Gas and Oil Burners 
Remodeling 

976-A Main Street 
WALTHAM 54. MASS. 



191 




AVERY'S RAIDER, 




Compliments of 

MAL'S SUPERETTE 




189 Newton Street 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Your School Savings Bank 



702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

ROYAL TYPEWRITER 



CARDARELLI 
CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 

General Contractors 

143 Chaffee Ave. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4414 



FOR 

The Newest Fall Styles 

and Best Values in 

Casuals 

Flats 

Cha Cha Boots 

ALL AT $3.95 
Remember! 

WAL-LEX 
SHOE COMPANY 

WAL-LEX SHOPPING AREA 

Lexington Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



A 
FRIEND 



1*3 



Compliments of 

TEXLOID 


LIBRARY COUNCIL 

Books are keys to Wisdom's 
treasure, 

Books are gates to lands of 
pleasure, 

Books are paths that upward 
lead; 

Books are friends, come, 
let us read. 


Kitchen Cabinets — Appliances 
Doors — Complete Remodeling 

NEWTON 
SASH AND DOOR CO., INC. 

37 River Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 
TWinbrook 3-7500 


Compliments of 

WALTHAM 
SCREW COMPANY 


To the June Graduates: 

Congratulations 

from all your friends 

at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Nineteen offices serving 
NEWTON — WALTHAM — WAYLAND — WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 


^H a^H I^b 




c 


HELEN'S RESTAURANT 

837 a Main Street 

Waltham 

TW 3-9675 



194 



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. 



Compliments 
of 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE 
AND SONS 



195 




When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting 
for you. You'll love the friendly new people you meet. And you'll 
like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for 
advancement and the many additional benefits that make working 
for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. 

Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training 
program which you can enter without any previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before 
you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you 
when and where to apply. 



NEW ENGLAND 



® 



TELEPHONE 



196 



JOHN H. NUMMERDOR 

WM. H. WILLETT 

BENJ. E. GALLANT 

HUBERT LEGER 

TEL TW 4-8370 


NEELON 
ASSOCIATES 


Compliments of 

BASILE 
ACCORDION STUDIO 


TW 3-2065 

TAYTER'S 
POTATO CHIPS 

1 1 8 Calvalry Street 
Walfham, Mass. 

MR. ELLISTON WHITMORE, Owner 


Compliments of ^-.-V A~i>" v )**. 

KAY JEWELERS /^^^^^^ 

387 Moody St. \tm&ffi#&&tJ 

WALTHAM, MASS. '(^^^^2^ 


SHEER 
SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign a Design" 

182 High St., Walfham 

TW 4-4129 


PATTY'S DO-NUT 
DRIVE-IN 

223 High Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


Compliments of 

LA ROSA'S 
MEAT MARKET 

120 Walfham St. 

Walfham, Mass. 

TW 9-0709 



97 



MacNABB ENGINEERING CO., INC 



131 Lexington Street Wartham, Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 



PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS 

FOR THE 

ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENT COMPANY 



22 I Crescent Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-4000 



198 



Compliments 
of 

JOHN ADDISON 
FOOTWEAR, INC. 


ROBERT E. NIMS Caterer 


"Good Food Served Right" 

BANQUETS 20 FOX ROAD 
WEDDINGS WALTHAM, MASS. 
RECEPTIONS TW 4-2282 

TW 4-2646 


LEVIN'S 

Everything in Fabrics 

CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES 

and Slip Covers 

22 Lexington St. TW 3-7143 


Microwave Components 

Special Instruments or Equipment 

DEVELOPED AND PERFECTED 

D. A. BRUNTON CO., INC. 

38 Gulnan St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 4-4830 


Wm H. THOMPSON 

We Can Insure Under 25 Drivers 
Installment Payments 

506 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM 
TEL. TW 4-1214 

Fire — Auto — Buglary 
Liability 


Compliments of 

FRANK A. McCUSKER 
COMPANY 

Real Estate 
CLARA HAMELCAHILL 

Treasurer 
TW9-I688 TW 3-3822 



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WALTHAM'S 
OWN 



HOME FURNISHINGS 

Rugs • Carpets # Linoleum 

Furniture 

Bedding • Appliances 

Smiling Service 

TW 4-5561 

621-629 Moody St. 
WALTHAM 



ROGERS PHARMACY 
INC. 

The Rexall Store 

923 Main Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 4-3160 



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DRUGGIST 




Best Wishes to the Class of 1961 

MIKE O'NEIL 
Photographer 



Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 
515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



200 



Compliments 
of 



COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 



125 Roberts Road 
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1961" 



201 



Tel. LOngwood 6-8743 

ANNE'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Expert Hair Stylists 
MARIE GOULD MARY LeBON 

Arcade Building, 318 Harvard Street 
BROOKUNE, MASS. 



WAL-LEX HARDWARE 

862 Lexington St. 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

Tel. TW 9-8999 



TW 4-DBD2 




EST. 1950 



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BUSINESS BROKER - NOTARY PUBLIC 
FRIENDLY - RELIABLE SERVICE 



TWinbrook 4-5540 

DOROTHY'S BEAUTY SALON 

Permanent Waving A Specialty 

Including 

All Lines of Beauty Culture 

195 Hammond Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



17 Elm Street 



Waltham, Mass. 



"A woman of beauty is a joy forever' 
Compliments of 

JO-ANNE'S 
BEAUTY STUDIO 

TWinbrook 4-6656 

243 High St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



DOMENIC'S 

Choice Meats 

Fruits and Vegetables 

Imported and Domestic 

Groceries 

525 Moody St. 

Tel. TW 4- 1 099 Free Delivery 

Waltham, Mass. 




FENCES 

SALES AND ERECTION 

Residential and Industrial 

CHAIN LINK, IRON 

& WIRE FENCES 

For Estimates Call CRystal 9-2900 

ARMOR FENCE CO., INC. 

1 16 Foundry St., Wakefield 




Orders Taken for Special Occasions 




SUBMARINE SANDWICH SHOP 

Home of the Original Sub 
912 Main Street — Waltham, Massachusetts 
Sam Corrado, Prop. TWinbrook 3-9684 



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PACKING CRATING SHIPPING 

Agent for 

United Van Lines 

P. E. BURKE 

MOVING & STORAGE 

CORP. 

I 13 Crescent St. 

WALTHAM 

TWinbrook 4-1900 



LEWIS-PLACEMENTS 

Register Your Needs 
With Confidence 

TWinbrook 4-6468 

4 GORDON STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 



FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 
Architect — Engineers 

267 Moody Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 




ZJne Uux Shop 

• COMPLETE LINE DF 

sien'i Jotmal Weat 




FURNITURE COMPANY 



FLOYD HAMILTON 230 California Street 

Res. Phone NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

TWinbrook 4-5122 Telephone LAbell 7-0459 



161 PROSPECT STREET 



TOWN PAINT & 
SUPPLY CO. 

797 Main St., TW. 4-7542 

667 Main St., TW 3-6032 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



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Compliments of 

LOPEZ TRUCKING 

LUMBER — OIL — GENERAL TRUCKING 

Servicing Me., N. H., Conn., R. 1., and Mass. 

Two Way Radio 

131 LINDEN ST. WALTHAM, MASS. TW-3-7900 


EDWARD'S 
JEWELRY CO. 

No Easier Credit Terms 
in Waltham 

370 Moody Street 

WALTHAM 

Tel. TWinbroolc 3-6652 


Compliments of 

DICK'S 
BARBER SHOP 

149 Moody St. 
By The Bridge 


RED CROSS PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 

TW. 4-0034 

FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 


TW 3-2700 410 Moody Street 
TW 3-6562 Waltham, Mass. 

THE DERMAN RUG CO. 


Broadloom — Rugs 
Linoleum — Tiles 


ALLIED MACHINISTS 
OF WALTHAM, INC. 

PRODUCTION OF SMALL PARTS AND MACHINES 

Tool, Jig, Die and Fixture Work 

Electronic Components a Specialty Since 1942 

6-14 WATER STREET, WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



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photography, 

a down to earth 
point of view ! 



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Photographs in space are great. But what do you do with them 1 How do you 
process them, identify them, index them, and reproduce them rapidK enough, 
and accurately enough to be meaningful and useful 

The answer ma) he a new AUTOMATH (.hoi ND HANDLING SYSTEM developed 
by Itek. Now under study, this integrated new system can process. mdc\. store. 
retrieve, reproduce and display hundreds of feet of high resolution panoramic 
aerial photographs in a single gulp. This can be done rapidK and with great 
fidelity In fact. within two hours of initial processing of raw film, duplicates 
ma) be viewed at adequate magnification on an individual mensuration viewer. 
and actual ground distances can he computed on the basis of p r oj e cted image 
measurements 

Result I his type oi photograph) and photo-processing once .1 Science 
{fiction dream is now .1 working realit) with practical value It is. and will 
continue to be. one of the wonders of the Space Age in which we live 
age which offers ,1 fascinating future to today's students 

Satellite Aerial reconnaissance photographv is |ust one of the man) advanced 
projects now under itud) at 1 1 1 k for Government and Industrv In pioneering 

the field of Information Technologv for application in all areas of human 
endeavor. Ink is also developing practical tools with practical value for all 
aspects of man's business, man's health and man's leisure 



pionttri In the lirld of Information Technology rni ompnwine .Kioihnjmio ■ chemistrv 
computer technologv • dociimcnt.ition • electronics • flight mechanics • gavihnamics • human • 
infrared • linguistic! • mathematical logic • optical engineering • photochcmistr\ • pholopl 
solid siale ph\sic< • structures and design • theoretical optics • thcrmodvnamic*. 

Information Tech'- 

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THE COMTOR COMPANY 




Precision Internal Diameter Gages 




WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 




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Compliments of 




* S WALTHA * V 


FRANK J. 
MOONEY, SR. 




FOR MEN AND BOYS 


Insurance Agency, Inc. 




McGregor Sportswear 






Arrow Shirts 






Jantien Sportswear 






Pendelton Sportswear 






Other Leading Brands 


694 Main Street 




of Men's and Boys' 
Furnishings 


WALTHAM, MASS. 




331 Moody St. 






TW 3-1088 







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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

TWinbrook 4-2040 

RICHARD F. BALTULIS 

Jeweler 

353 NEWTON STREET 
Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL AND OIL 
CO., INC. 

691 MAIN STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 
Jewelers 

653 MAIN STREET 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


CHEZ ELISE 

Waltham's 
Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 




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Compliments 
1 of 


Compliments of 

FRITZ & WANDA'S 
RESTAURANT 

714 Moody Street 
WALTHAM 


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EMBASSY 
THEATER 










GLIDDEN 
DRIVE-IN PAINT CENTER 

Specializing in 
Student Art Supplies 

805 Main St. Waltham 
TW 47620 


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Mobil 

>LEN MEADOW 
■RVICE STATION 

1033 Trapelo Road 
J*HAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



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MULLANEYS PHARMACY 

JOHN S. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3797 



Compliments of 

McKENZIE 
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

194 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-8800 



TW 4-0240 Res. TW 4-0244 

SULLIVAN'S 

Greeting Cards • Stationery • Toys 

Gift Wraps • Cigars 

Cigarettes • Tobaccos 

J. F. SULLIVAN 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 




CLOTHING STORE 

860 Lexington Street 
Waltham Mass. 




CHINESE RESTAURANT 
659 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

ORDERS PUT UP 
TO TAKE OUT 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 MAIN ST. 



Compliments 
of 

SCOTT'S 
SURPLUS STORE 

463 Moody St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



BOB & STAN 

Motor Tune-Up 
Expert Lube 

Cor. Moody and Robbins Sts. 

WALTHAM 



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CONGRATULATIONS— BEST WISHES— 



TW 3-2343 Repairs — Remodeling — New Systems 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY 

Heating — Cooling — General Sheet Metal 



I I BACON STREET WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Compliments of 

FUTURE TEACHERS 

OF 

AMERICA CLUB 



WENTWORTH 
FUNERAL HOME 

Wal+ham 54, Mass. 



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BATES PHARMACY 



848 Lexington St. 
Wal-Lex Shopping Center TW 4-7438 

Prescriptions — Cosmetics — 

Photo Supplies — Complete Line of 

Hair Preparations 

Free Delivery 4 Pharmacists 



Model/Shop 



YOUR TROUBLES 
rX'VANISN 




B. J. POOLE 
AUTO REPAIRS 

835 Moody St. 

WALTHAM. MASS 

TW 3-3900 



EXPERIMENTAL AND 

PRECISION MACHINE 

WORK 



Hickory Lane. Waltham 54. Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-6440 



209 



Congratulations 

to the Class of '61 

From 

COTT 
BOTTLING COMPANY 

MANCHESTER, N. H. 


Compliments of 

FOOTBALL and 

BASKETBALL 

TEAMS 


Best Wishes 
to the Class of '61 

WALTHAM 
MOTOR CO. 


Compliments of 

HOCKEY and 
TRACK TEAMS 


PITT 
CONSTRUCTION CORP. 

General Contractors 
and Engineering 

291 SCHOOL ST. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Tel. TWinbrook 3-0912 
Established in 1876 

THOMAS P. HOLLAND CO. 
MEN'S WEAR 

Formal Wear Rental and Sales 
647 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 


Best Wishes 

to the Class of '61 

From 

WALTHAM AUTOMOTIVE 
CORPORATION 



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BEST WISHES 
May You Never Stop Learning 




Ask Those Who Have Attended 



SUBURBAN SCHOOL 
FOR SECRETARIES 



14 Spring Street — Waltham — TW 3-3024 
CO-ED OPEN DURING SUMMER DAY AND EVENING 



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Compliments of the S.S. 



Marcia Anderson 
Pogo Bratenas 
Patty Brueclc 
Judy Campisi 
Margie Cannistraro 
Shirley Centola 
Dotty DeVincent 
Leslie Ectman 
Ann Fredericks 



Sue Lydon 
Chris Murphy 
Roberta Nolce 
Janet O'Connell 
Birdie Ristuccia 
Cinny Russell 
Sandy Sessi 
Carol Whitney 



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Compliments 



of the 



CHEERLEADERS 



BLANCHARD'S 
RESTAURANT 

641 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass.— TW 3-9649 



Compliments 
of 

GENERAL BAKING CO 



DRINK MORE MILK 
FOR BETTER HEALTH 



213 



ATLANTIC 



TWinbroolc 3-9828 

SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Minor Repairs 

Washing — Waxing — Polishing 

Complete Line of Auto Accessories 



CHARLIE SHAW 
BOB GOUDEY 



487 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



CAM'S AUTO SCHOOL 

One of 
Waltham's Oldest Driving Schools 

Dual Control 

Latest Model Push Button Automatics and Regular 
Shifts — Day and Evening Instruction — Licensed by 
Registrar of Motor Vehicles 



Instructors Charles and Betty Caminiti 
SAFE COURTEOUS SERVICE 

TWinbroolc 4-1086 
21 Elm St., Waltham 



TW. 3-7792 

ELECTRO CONTRACTING 

AND 

SERVICE CORP. 

Electro Contracting 

and 

Engineering 

129 RUSSELL STREET 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS 

and 

DIAL MICROMETERS 

I 3 I Lexington St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



Garber Drivers Save Money on Insurance 

GARBER'S IS FIRST IN WALTHAM! 

Special Driver Education Courses 
Save Many Times the Cost of the Course 

High School Students May Take Classroom Instruction in School and Behind-the-Wheel 
Lessons at Garber's . . . AND STILL RECEIVE INSURANCE SAVINGS. 

For Further Information Call 

GARBER AUTO SCHOOL 

649 Main St. Waltham 

TW 4-2100 



214 



JOHN CAPOBIANCO 



General Contractors 



101 Tremont Street 



BOSTON 



215 



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Compliments of 




PAZZANO TRUCKING CO. 




279 Winter St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 


TW 3-3507 




"Best Wishes 




to the Class of 1961" .p. 


DNARD M. QUENTAL 




Keal estate — Insurance 


Gud Luk 




2 Awl Hour 


155 Berkley St. 


Seen - Yours 


Waltham, Mass. 


U'll Kneed It! 


TW 3-0516 


UNKLT. 




Radio — Television 


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Sales and Service 


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JOHN L SELIG AND SON 






875-A Main Street 






Waltham 54, Mass. 


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Electrical Contractors 


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Motorola Distributors 


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TW 4-3628 














Compliments of 




WEST END HARDWARE 


Thinking People 


901 Main St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TWinbrook 4-0296 


PATRONIZE 
OUR ADVERTISERS 



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